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THE LAW SERIES: Investments Regulation in the Nigerian Capital Market

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THE LAW SERIES: Investments Regulation in the Nigerian Capital Market

The capital market is a financial hub facilitating the mobilization and exchange of medium to long-term funds. Key players in this market act as intermediaries connecting fund providers and users. These include Securities Exchanges, Brokers/Dealers, Issuing Houses, Registrars, and Investment Advisors.

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To ensure funds for economic development, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was established in 1979 under the Securities and Exchange Commission Decree. This decree was later reenacted in 1988 as the Securities and Exchange Commission Decree No. 29 of 1988. The primary objectives were investor protection and the development of the capital market.

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The Investment Securities Act (ISA) No. 45 of 1999 and its regulations play a pivotal role in achieving these objectives. The Securities and Exchange Commission is spearheading this effort, working tirelessly to safeguard investors and foster capital market growth.

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THE LAW SERIES: Investments Regulation in the Nigerian Capital Market

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