SEC Proposes New Rules & Amendments to Rules on Book Building, Corporate Governance


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SEC Proposes New Rules & Amendments to Rules on Book Building, Corporate Governance

Tuesday, August 21, 2017 4:32PM / SEC Nigeria

Proposed New Rules
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Rule on Specialized Funds/Schemes,

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Rule on Investment Advisory Services

Proposed Sundry Amendments to SEC Rules & Regulation

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Rules 96 & 97-Investment Advisers

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Rule 61-Nominee Accounts

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Rule 5(3)- Regulations for Demutualization of Securities Exchanges in Nigeria

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The Rule on Fund/Portfolio Management Operations

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The Rule on Book Building

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The Code of Corporate Governance

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