Uniting capital markets
As part of the cooperation agreement, the two institutions will work together to enable Nigerian issuers with securities listed on FMDQ Exchange, to tap into international capital markets and access the international investment community by providing a secondary listing venue at LuxSE.
Ms Tumi Sekoni, Managing Director, FMDQ Exchange, said “Indeed, we are excited to be executing a Listing Agent & Cooperation Agreement with LuxSE, and hopeful that this partnership will birth an avenue for FMDQ Exchange and LuxSE to achieve formidable market cooperation and promote even greater information symmetry for the benefit of the Nigerian and global financial markets”
Working together towards global goals
Against the backdrop of COP26 in Glasgow, the signing ceremony coincided with the launch of Nigeria’s premier Green Exchange, the FMDQ Green Exchange, an information platform dedicated to promoting green and sustainable debt securities listed on FMDQ Exchange, as well as facilitating transparency, good governance and the growth of sustainable finance in Nigeria.
LuxSE, home to the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX), the world’s first and leading platform dedicated to sustainable securities, supports the growth of sustainable finance in Nigeria and other emerging markets through capacity building, educational programmes and the sharing of best practices.