Stockbrokers canvass easier access to ASeM Board for SMEs

Capital market stakeholders have urged regulators to make the listing requirements for accessing the Alternative Securities Market (ASeM) less stringent to attract more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) participation on the platform, and grow the primary market segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). The Alternative Securities Market is a specialised board for emerging businesses: small and mid-sized companies with high growth potential seeking to access the capital market. According to the stakeholders, who spoke in an interview with The Guardian, if listing requirements are made more relaxed for SMEs,…

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