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Author Topic: SEC Moves To Instill SavingsCulture Among Students  (Read 252 times)

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The Securities and Exchange Commission
(SEC) has taken its capital market literacy
programme to schools to intensify savings
culture among students through its “Catch
Them Young” series of programmes.
Mr Obi Adindu, SEC’s Deputy Director/Head,
Investor Education made the disclosure to
the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday
in Lagos.
Adindu said that intensifying the literacy
programme was in line with the
commission’s dual mandate of market
regulation/oversight and market
development as contained in its enabling law,
Investment and Securities Act (ISA) 2007.
He said that the Catch Them Young series
was the kernel of the capital market
regulator’s drive to instill financial literacy
among school pupils and induct them into a
culture of saving and investing in the capital
markets.
“This will foster the role of the Nigerian
capital market as an enabler of individual and
corporate wealth creation leading to
sustainable socio–economic development,”
Adindu said.
He said that the series included a national
quiz competition on capital market for
secondary school pupils; the infusion of
capital market studies into the curriculum of
secondary education in Nigeria and capital
market educational outreaches.
Adindu said that the programme would
involve capital market educational out
reaches targeted at school pupils and
excursion/educational visits to SEC offices
nationwide by students.
He said that students from University of
Abuja, who were members of the National
Association of Banking and Finance Students
(NABAFS), would be on excursion to the
commission on Feb. 4, 2015.
Adindu said that students from Nakam
Memorial Secondary School, Jos, Plateau,
would also visit the commission on Feb. 5.
He added that the commission through the
capital market literacy programme would
educate the students on how to invest in
shares, bonds and other capital market
products. (NAN)
my question is Will these work in Nigeria?


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This is a good move but Nigeria's problem is always implementation and continuity
Leave it for God, don't worry yourself. Leave it for God, don't cry no more.

 

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