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The Nigerian Stock Exchange was founded
Trading commenced on The Nigerian Stock Exchange
The Federal Military Government appointed an Industrial Enterprises Panel which among other things reviewed the implementation of the Indigenization Programme
Inauguration of The Financial System Review Committee
The Lagos Stock Exchange renamed The Nigerian Stock Exchange
The Exchange opens a trading floor/branch in Kaduna
Opening of the Port Harcourt branch/trading floor
The Nigerian Stock Exchange launched an All-Share Index
The Second-Tier Securities Market (SSM) was launched.
Official opening of new Customs Street, Lagos, trading floor of The Stock Exchange by President Ibrahim Babangida.
The Exchange hooks up with the Reuters Electronic Contributor System preparatory to internationalization.
Kano branch of The Exchange opened.
Trading commenced at the Onitsha branch of The Exchange.
Ibadan branch of The Exchange opened
The All-Share Index reaches the 1000 mark
The Nigerian capital market was deregulated.
The Federal Government abrogated the Exchange Control Act 1962 and the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decree 1989, effectively internationalizing the Nigerian capital market.
The Federal Government promulgated the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission Decree No. 16 and the Foreign Exchange (Monitoring & Miscellaneous Provisions Decree No. 17, in furtherance of the opening of the Nigerian capital market to the international community.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange issued Administrative Guidelines for Foreign Investment Through The Nigerian Stock Market.
Inauguration of the Board of Trustees of the Investors' Protection Fund for the Nigerian Stock Market
Percentage pricing system introduced (with 5% as the limit of the daily fluctuation band)
The Stock Exchange abolished the T+14 Settlement/Delivery period and introduces a weekly Settlement/Delivery period.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange elected President of the African Stock Exchanges Association (ASEA) in Cairo, Egypt.
The Central Securities Clearing System Limited was commissioned by the Chief of General Staff, Lt. General Oladipo Diya.
The Central Securities Clearing System Limited Commenced operation, providing automated clearing, settlement, delivery and custodian services, among others.
NSE released guidelines and procedures for trading in rights.
Trading in rights commenced on The Nigerian Stock Exchange.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange transits to the Automated Trading System (ATS).
Federal Government promulgates the Investments & Securities Decree No. 45, 1999.
The President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, represented by the Finance Minister, Malam Adamu Ciroma, commissioned the ATS.
The Exchange opens Abuja Area Office and commenced remote trading on the ATS
The Nigerian Stock Exchange commenced T+3 settlement cycle.
The Trade Guarantee Fund commenced operation.
October 25-28, 2000
The Nigerian Stock Exchange hosted the ASEA Conference/AGM.
The Exchange changed trading hours from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
The Exchange admitted the N150bn 1st Federal Government Bond to the Official List.
The Exchange admitted the first quoted company in the Hotel & Tourism Subsector - Tourist Company of Nigeria Plc.
The Exchange in collaboration with CSCS, launched the Trade Alert Scheme.
The Exchange created a new equity subsector - "Maritime" - and listed Japaul Oil and Maritime Services as the first company in the subsector.
The Exchange created a new equity subsector: - "Mortgage Companies" - and listed Union Homes Savings and Loans Plc as the First Company in the subsector.
The Exchange revived the Foreign Listings Subsector with the listing of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated.
The Exchange increased the total trading hours to three from 9.30a.m to 12.30a.m
The First Re-Insurance Company, Continental Reinsurance Plc was admitted on the Daily Official List.
Cumulative annual turnover exceeds the trillion-naira mark.
The Redesigned Cosmopolitan Trading Floor in Lagos was commissioned by President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua, GCFR - Head of States and Commander in Chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces
Diamond Bank Plc became the first Nigerian company to be listed on the London Stock Exchange with the admission of its GDR on the Professional Securities Market
The Exchange commissioned the Onitsha Branch Office and electronic Trading Floor.
The Exchange admitted on the Daily Official List the first Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs)
NSE began publishing daily values of the Sectoral Indices and NSE 30 Index. Figures are available as far back as July 2008.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) intervened in the management of the Exchange, which led to the exit of the Director General.
The first Microfinance bank NPF Microfinance Bank Plc was admitted into the Daily Official List.
The Exchange increased the trading hours by 2hours from 9.30am to 2.30pm
The Substantive Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Oscar Onyema resumed at The Exchange
The Nigerian Stock Exchange market segmentation which reduced the sectors on the Exchange from 32 to 12 became operational
The First Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Product-NewGold ETFs was admitted on the Daily Official List of The Exchange
The Nigerian Stock Exchange Launched the new website: www.nse.com.ng
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) signed on NASDAQ OMX to provision a new Trading Platform for The Exchange
The Nigerian Stock Exchange launched Lotus Islamic Index
The Nigerian Stock Exchange Commenced Market Making Program
NSE Introduced X-Value
NSE Commenced Retail Bonds trading
NSE Launched the First ever Issuers' Portal in the Nigerian Capital Market also known as X-Issuer
The Alternative Securities Market (ASeM) Board of The Nigerian Stock Exchange was Rebranded & Launched
NSE launched a new Trading Platform X-Gen
NSE joined the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative
NSE launched X-Whistle ( A whistle blowing portal)
Held the Maiden Edition of the NSE Corporate Challenge
NSE Received Africa Investor (Ai) Investment and Business Leader Awards for Best Initiative in Support of SMEs and the Millennium Development Goals
NSE got admitted as a Full Member of World Fe deration of Exchanges
NSE Launched Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS)
NSE was named the African Regulator of The Year 2015, by the African Leadership Magazine at its 6th African Business Leaders hip Forum & Awards in UK
Named the Financial Institution of The Year, 2015 by The Oil & Gas Year (TOGY) Nigeria
Received the 2015 Award for Promoting Best Practice Reporting and Corporate Disclosure from the Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
NSE launched a new listing platform - the Premium Board and the associated Premium Board Index
NSE Achieved ISO 27001:2013 Certification
The Rulebook of The Nigerian Stock Exchange, 2015 (the "Rulebook"), a compilation of all the Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines ("Rules") of The Exchange, was issued as one document.
Organized First Market Data Workshop
Vetiva Lists First Bond ETF on NSE
First Non-Interest Bank -Jaiz Bank, Lists on the NSE
NSE admitted Nigeria's First FX denominated bonds
Members Approved NSE Demutualization Process
NSE Automates Rights Trading and Settlement
NSE Hosts Maiden REITs Conference
NSE Launches X-Academy
NSE Commissioned the Maisandari Alamderi Model Nursery and Primary School, which was donated to the Borno State Government towards advancement of education in the state, while alleviating the plight of internally displaced persons.
NSE, CBi held a certification ceremony for 35 companies and 437 directors that made it over the 70% threshold for the Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS) process
DMO Lists N100bn FGN Ijarah Sukuk on the NSE
NSE Migrated Access Bank, Lafarge, Seplat and UBA to Premium Board
NSE received the 2018 Award for "CSR in Education" from Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI)
DMO listed Nigeria's and Africa’s first Sovereign Green Bond on the Exchange
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