The Guardian (Lagos)

15 July 2014

Nigeria: NSE Upgrades, Re-Launches Website

THE Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, announced that it has upgraded and re-launched its website (www.nse.com.ng)

The new site, according to NSE incorporates a more intuitive navigation and introduces several enhanced features along with sections that would provide access to information on the various products and instruments that are listed and traded on the regulated market.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Oscar Onyema, states that, "the upgrade of the NSE's website fits well with our desire to become the leading platform to access capital in Africa. Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa and our goal is to leverage digital technology to provide capital market information to existing and potential investors". The new site gives visitors a clearer view of the Exchange's activities and from any device with a functional browser said Onyema.

The Digital Marketing Manager of The NSE, Clifford Akpolo, said; "asides the new modern look, the site also has a dynamic search functionality that provides rich information for investors, issuers and dealing member firms. It also works as a channel for interaction between investors and the global capital market at large."

Akpolo explained that the new website has many advantages and added values, compared with the previous one such as its dynamic charts, access to market data reports on daily/weekly transactions, periodical statistical data and an effortless speedy web browser which contains a full content search engine that will enable investors to view listed companies information for selected periods.

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