06 May 2021 13:30 - 15:00 @ London, United Kingdom
Nigeria’s repo market is fairly established, featuring a continual flow of short-term funds with periods of high and low activity in response to macro-economic conditions and regulatory activities. Banks dominate the repo market as a primary funding source for treasury activities, while pension funds have yet to actively join and improve the inclusivity of the country’s repo market.
However, many significant achievements have been made over the years to change this. Most notably the introduction of an SRO to improve transparency in the money markets and the very recent adoption of close-out netting in default scenario as captured in the Companies and Allied Matters Act - 2020 (CAMA). Market experts will discuss these developments and the expectations of opening up the Nigerian repo market to more investors – local and globally – to build a deeper local market, while also addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Admission: This virtual event is free of charge and open to all ICMA members and to interested financial market participants. Register now.
Registrations will close at 17.00 CEST on 5 May 2021.
This event will be delivered via the Zoom platform. If you are unable to access Zoom, you may dial-in using the telephone number included in the Zoom joining instructions. If joining by phone, you may submit questions by contacting ICMA events.
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