Becoming a public company in Nigeria is not that hard as the national bourse has relaxed some of the most challenging conditions. The problem though is if Nigerians will prefer to invest in stocks or play MMM-incarnate or Bitcoin. Sure – the stock market terrified many minds in 2007 and 2008, and many retail investors are scared to return. If they do return, I can say that listing requirements are largely accommodating for some of the startups in the nation. Here are the requirements.
For details of the listing requirements, please refer to the NSE Green Book and the table provided here.
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