The FMDQ Securities Exchange PLC has commenced Series II of the derivatives market training for Stakeholders in Nigeria’s financial market through its learning and development initiative – FMDQ Academy.
According to a statement from the securities exchange, the trainings would address financial markets capacity building requirements for participants and other stakeholders in the FMDQ Exchange markets.
It added that this would allow participants to maximise the potential of these markets towards positively impacting development of the Nigerian financial markets.
“Critical to the success of this launch is education and capacity building for all market stakeholders on how a derivatives market works and how other countries/climes have used this very important market to leapfrog their financial markets and support economic development in the long run,” it stated.
It would be recalled that the FMDQ Securities Exchange PLC activated the FMDQ Exchange Derivatives Market Development Project in 2018 to facilitate the launch of a standardised derivatives market in Nigeria.