On 6 July 2016, UNIDROIT hosted a presentation by Mr Solomon Ngoladi, an Enforcement Officer of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Nigeria who recently completed a three-month fellowship to support UNIDROIT’s work on the draft Legislative Guide on Intermediated Securities and to conduct independent research on UNIDROIT’s capital markets instruments. Mr Ngoladi’s presentation – entitled “Implementation of the Geneva Securities Convention in Emerging Markets” – provided overviews of the Geneva Securities Convention and the Nigerian capital market and offered analysis on how implementation of the Convention in emerging markets would promote legal certainty and economic efficiency in the holding and transfer of intermediated securities.

 

His presentation was attended by Mrs Margaret Bisi Meshioye, Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of Nigeria in Rome, Mr José Angelo Estrella Faria, the Secretary-General of UNIDROIT, and the Secretariat’s staff, visiting scholars, researchers and interns. For more information on UNIDROIT’s capital markets work, please click this link.

 

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  Mr Ngoladi delivers his presentation   Mr Ngoladi joined by Mrs Meshioye,
Mr Estrella Faria, and Secretariat colleagues
 

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