By Chioma Obinagwam
Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission through its subsidiary, Nigerian Capital Market Institute (NCMI) has said that it would unveil six new schools by 2024, in addition to a school on sustainability finance.
The Managing Director of the institute, Emomotimi Agama, revealed at the workshop held for journalists in Lagos State by the Commission on Tuesday.
He said: “We are introducing seven schools. We are going to have an Investment Banking School, an Investment Management School, a Corporate Governance School, Islamic Finance School and a Fintech School. All these things will come on board next year. In the future, we will create a school of Sustainability Finance.”