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Minimum Paid Up Capital: SEC Issues Deadline To Capital Market Operators. (Posted 12th March, 2003) Tell your friends about this page! Email it to them.

Nigerian currency denominatinsIn a bid to curb the menace of under-capitalisation of capital market operators in the Nigerian Capital Market sub-sector and the negative effect which this under-capitalisation portend to any developing economy like Nigeria. To stem this tide and effectively uphold its regulatory responsibilities, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a deadline to Capital Market Operators operating multiple functions, especially in the Capital market to comply with the minimum paid-up capital on or before 2nd of April 2003. Premised on this fact, an operator that is registered for instance as a brokerage and issuing house, is expected to pay up an aggregate capital of N60 million as stipulated for all its registered functions.

This directive is in compliance with the provisions of rule 17(3) of the Securities and Exchange Commissionís Rules and Regulations on minimum paid-up capital for multiple functions. This, the Commission believes would increase the confidence of investors in the viability of operators that are saddled with the responsibilities of managing their investments. It would also reposition them to meet the modern trend obtainable in other parts of the world and put them in a better competitive advantage with their peers all over Africa and the world at large.

According to the press release issued on 11th March, 2003 and signed by the Deputy Director General/Head of Department (HOD) Corporate Affairs Division of SEC, Alhaji Iliyasu Dhacko, all affected operators are advised to comply within the stipulated period or face appropriate sanctions.

The operators contacted on the issues raised by the market development have refused to comment for now, thus their reactions to the deadline can not be truly ascertained as at press time.

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