Uduk says Investment Attraction Initiatives Needed by Capital Market

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The acting Director-General, SEC, Ms Mary Uduk, while speaking at the launch of an investment book, ‘Riding the Eagle’, in Lagos on Monday, urged stakeholders to continue to take positive steps that would attract both local and foreign investments to stimulate economic growth and develop critical infrastructure necessary for the country’s development. She noted that the capital market needs initiatives that will help attract and retain investments.
Investors always want to be sure of the rational basis of their investment decisions before transferring resources. Her words: “Providing information to investors will enhance transparency in the Nigerian markets and improve our global reputation in the investment community.
“This investment book meets this imperative by providing comprehensive and up-to-date information on investing in the Nigerian markets via a road map and guide for foreign, domestic, institutional and individual investors alike.
“It also examines the challenges faced by the Nigerian economy across sectors, past and recent success stories and solutions to some of the nation’s economic and development challenges.”
Uduk added that the book gave details on key sectors that were driving the performance of the Nigerian economy and the investment opportunities available for interested investors and motivated entrepreneurs.
She commended the author, Mrs Toyin Sanni, for putting at the disposal of the industry the experience of over one decade in the money market and another two decades in the capital market.
“It is imperative, therefore, that we all, as stakeholders, continue to take positive steps to attract and retain both local and foreign investments to stimulate economic growth and develop critical infrastructure necessary for our country’s development,” Uduk added.
The Vice Chairman, FAMFA Oil Limited, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija, described the book as an appropriate and timely information guide for all stakeholders in the investment sector in the country.
Mrs. Sanni explained that “the book discusses Nigeria’s current economic challenges and proffers solutions to some of them. It is a guide for local and international investors seeking to exploit the unique opportunities in the Nigerian economy.”

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