The Nigerian Exchange Limited sets up the NGX Digital and Technology Products Advisory Panel.
The Panel is geared with the responsibility of enhancing and increasing the NGX’s digital product offerings through the Exchange’s interaction with the capital market community and the fintech ecosystem
NGX is leading the development of African’s financial market through her wide range of financial services.
Recall that last December, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved the Rules for Listing on the NGX Technology Board.
This rule guided the listing of the board members whose appointment aims is to further expand the capacity of NGX in the world of technology.
The appointed members of the Panel are responsible for the provisions of insight into product innovation and the proposal of strategies to raise technology listings on NGX.
Also, they are required to provide thought leadership through the creation of whitepapers, frameworks, and recommendations; giving suggestions for methods to increase data and digital market liquidity; and providing advice on a variety of topics, including market trends, risks, and feelings.
According to the Chief Digital Officer, NGX, Dr Olufemi Oyenuga, “Technology and innovation are the driving forces of progress, and at NGX we are committed to leveraging both to transform the Exchange into a leading force of product development in the capital market.”
He added “With the establishment of the committee, we are poised to explore new frontiers, pool groundbreaking ideas and strategies, and unlock exciting opportunities for the future addressing creativity, innovation and sustainability.”
According to NGX, the appointed members of the panels are Tope Kola-Oyeneyin (McKinsey); Iyin Aboyeji (Future Africa); Kola Aina (Ventures Platform); Idris Saliu (Ceviant); Fope Adelowo (Helios Group); Richmond Bassey (Bamboo); Tayo Oviosu (Paga); Wale Ayeni (International Finance Corporation); Ahmad Zuaiter (Jadara Capital Partners LLC) and Adedeji Olowe (LendsQr).