Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) and CFA Society Nigeria are set to host a series of workshops and training aimed at building capacity of market participants and deepening liquidity for derivatives products in the Nigerian capital market.
The first in the series of workshops, themed: “Derivatives and the Nigerian Capital Market,” will hold on Wednesday via Zoom.
The virtual workshop will bring together key players across Nigeria’s financial industry including institutional and retail investors, asset managers, PFAs, regulators, banks, and other capital market operators.
Speakers will discuss the role of derivatives in the Nigerian capital market, and how to drive participation of both domestic and foreign investors in the derivatives market.
In addition, the workshop will help market stakeholders to better understand Exchange Traded Derivatives products as tools for managing price volatility risk in the Nigerian capital market.
Some of the confirmed speakers for the event include: Temi Popoola, CEO, NGX; Ibukun Oyedeji, President, CFA Society Nigeria; Rufus Kariuki Gitau, Business Development Manager, Nairobi Securities Exchange; and Farooq Adedayo Oreagba, Partner, Karaho Capital Partners.
Others are Klaus Paester, Senior Director Institutional Relations EMEA Region; Jayesh Mehta, Consultant; Russel Jude, Program Head, EDGE Designations; and Fola Abimbola, Frontier Africa Research, Standard Bank Group.
The workshop will help market stakeholders to better understand Exchange Traded Derivatives products as tools for managing price volatility risk in the Nigerian capital market.