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The long awaited listing of the MTN shares on the floor of The Nigerian Stock Exchange is now closer than ever, Commenting on the announcement, FerdiMoolman, CEO of MTN Nigeria said "It gives me great pleasure to confirm that the official listing via introduction of MTN's shares on the NSE will take place on Thursday May 16."
The listing which will be done by way of introductory listing will avail the initial holder of MTN shares ...
The Naira yesterday depreciated to N362.03 per dollar in the Investors and Exporters (I&E) window. Data from FMDQ showed that the indicative exchange rate for the window rose to N362.03 per dollar from N361.87 per dollar on Tuesday translating to 16 kobo depreciation of the naira. Despite the depreciation, the volume of dollars traded rose by 70 percent. The volume increased to $224.84 million from $131.99 million on Tuesday. However, the ...
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the suspension by the Securities and Exchange Commission along with its directors
and sponsored individuals regarding the unauthorized sale of shares and refusal
to cooperate with SEC’s directive.
On the 7th of December 2016, we
wrote SEC to intimate them that we have complied with their directives even if
we disagreed with their judgment. We sent in a reminder on 15th December 2016,
since we did not...
Shareholders have reacted sharply to the Central Bank of
Nigeria (CBN)’s order on the suspension of MTN Group’s dividend payment from
its Nigerian subsidiary, MTN Nigeria, over an alleged illegal repatriation of
funds to South Africa.
The shareholders, who spoke to The Guardian, yesterday,
faulted the move, insisting that dividend that has been declared must be paid.
The South African telecoms giant in a quarterly update to its