30 MINUTES DELAYED DATA: ABB2026S0 N100.000.00 % ABBEYBDS [BLS] N2.700.00 % ABC2027S0 N100.000.00 % ABCTRANS N0.630.00 % ACADEMY N2.030.00 % ACCESSCORP N19.00-0.30 % ADV2028S1A N100.000.00 % ADV2031S1B N100.000.00 % AFRINSURE [MRF] N0.200.00 % AFRIPRUD N6.800.00 % AFROMEDIA [MRF] N0.240.00 % AIICO N0.980.00 % AIRTELAFRI N2150.000.00 % ALEX [BLS] N7.150.00 % ARBICO N1.030.00 % ASOSAVINGS [DIP] N0.500.00 % AUSTINLAZ [DIP] N2.000.00 % AVAIF N1000000.000.00 % AXA2027S1 N100.000.00 % BAPLC N6.250.00 % BAU2021S1 N100.000.00 % BERGER N15.000.00 % BETAGLAS N59.400.00 % BUA2027S1 N100.000.00 % BUACEMENT N143.200.00 % BUAFOODS N379.900.00 % CADBURY N15.25-0.75 % CAP N36.000.00 % CAPHOTEL [BLS] N3.020.00 % CAPOIL [MRF] N0.200.00 % CAVERTON [MRF] N1.500.00 % CHAMPION [BLS] N2.720.00 % CHAMS N1.890.04 % CHELLARAM N4.100.00 % CHIPLC N1.090.00 % CIL2028S2 N100.000.00 % CILEASING [MRF] N2.60-0.20 % CMB2025S1 N100.000.00 % CONHALLPLC N1.440.06 % CONOIL [MRF] N105.000.00 % CORNERST [MRF] N1.970.00 % CSF2025S1 N100.000.00 % CUSTODIAN N9.35-0.50 % CUTIX N4.000.30 % CWG N5.850.00 % DAARCOMM N0.52-0.05 % DAN2026S1TB N100.000.00 % DAN2027S2TA N100.000.00 % DAN2028S1TC N100.000.00 % DAN2029S2TB N100.000.00 % DAN2032S2TC N100.000.00 % DANGCEM N656.700.00 % DANGSUGAR N47.000.00 % DCM2025S1 N100.000.00 % DEAPCAP [DWL] N0.520.00 % DIF2029S1TA N100.000.00 % DIF2032S1TB N100.000.00 % DIF2032S2 N100.000.00 % DUNLOP [MRS] N0.200.00 % EKOCORP [BMF] N5.800.00 % ELLAHLAKES N2.930.00 % ENAMELWA N19.300.00 % EPF2026S1 N100.000.00 % ETERNA N15.000.00 % ETI N21.35-2.35 % ETRANZACT [BLS] N4.550.00 % EUNISELL N3.200.00 % FBNH N23.000.10 % FBQ2030S2 N100.000.00 % FCMB N7.900.05 % FFFBNBALF N146.140.00 % FFFBNFIF N1234.590.00 % FFFBNMMF N100.000.00 % FFFRONTIER N121.430.00 % FFFSDHCGF N3002.680.00 % FFFSDHCIF N2858.810.00 % FFIONEABMM N100.000.00 % FFIONEVBF N2.150.00 % FFIONEVGIF N1.000.00 % FFLEGYDTFD N3.350.00 % FFLEGYEYFD N1.180.00 % FFLEGYMMFD N100.000.00 % FFLEGYUBFD N1.040.00 % FFSFSFIXED N1.030.00 % FFUNCAPBDF N1.650.00 % FFUNCAPBLF N1.230.00 % FFUNCAPEBF N109.300.00 % FFUNCAPEQF N0.720.00 % FFUNCAPMMF N1.000.00 % FFUNCAPWFF N1.120.00 % FG112034S2 N100.000.00 % FG112034S2 N100.000.00 % FG132026S1 N100.080.00 % FG132026S1 N100.080.00 % FG132036S2 N100.000.00 % FG132036S2 N100.000.00 % FG142027S1 N98.160.00 % FG142027S1 N98.160.00 % FG142037S2 N100.000.00 % FG142037S2 N100.000.00 % FG152025S2 N102.890.00 % FG152025S2 N102.890.00 % FG152028S1 N98.000.00 % FG152028S1 N98.000.00 % FG162029S1 N40.000.00 % FG162029S1 N40.000.00 % FG162049S2 N95.000.00 % FG162049S2 N95.000.00 % FG172035S1 N20.000.00 % FG172035S1 N20.000.00 % FG172045S3 N100.000.00 % FG172045S3 N100.000.00 % FG172050S2 N105.000.00 % FG172050S2 N105.000.00 % FG182032S2 N100.000.00 % FG182042S1 N100.000.00 % FG192033S1 N100.000.00 % FG192038S2 N100.000.00 % FG192053S3 N84.860.00 % FG202027S3 N100.000.00 % FG202029S5 N100.000.00 % FG202031S1 N96.08-3.92 % FG202033S6 N100.000.00 % FG202034S2 N97.320.00 % FG5B2028S5 N100.000.00 % FG5B2028S5 N100.000.00 % FG6B2029S3 N100.000.00 % FG6B2029S3 N100.000.00 % FG6B2029S5 N100.000.00 % FG6B2029S5 N100.000.00 % FG7B2030S3 N70.500.00 % FG7B2030S3 N70.500.00 % FGB2026S2 N108.000.00 % FGB2026S2 N108.000.00 % FGEUR2025S5 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2027S2 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2028S10 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2029S4 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2030S8 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2031S6 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2032S1 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2033S11 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2038S7 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2047S3 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2049S4 N100.000.00 % FGEUR2051S12 N100.000.00 % FGS202402 N90.020.00 % FGS202404 N71.000.00 % FGS202406 N98.460.00 % FGS202408 N40.050.00 % FGS202419 N100.000.00 % FGS202421 N70.000.00 % FGS202423 N103.350.00 % FGS202425 N100.000.00 % FGS202427 N80.000.00 % FGS202429 N100.000.00 % FGS202431 N85.000.00 % FGS202495 N100.000.00 % FGS202497 N93.000.00 % FGS202499 N70.000.00 % FGS202510 N100.000.00 % FGS202512 N60.000.00 % FGS202514 N100.000.00 % FGS202516 N100.630.00 % FGS202518 N100.000.00 % FGS202520 N100.000.00 % FGS202522 N70.000.00 % FGS202524 N100.000.00 % FGS202526 N70.000.00 % FGS202528 N55.000.00 % FGS202530 N60.000.00 % FGS202532 N70.000.00 % FGS202533 N100.000.00 % FGS202535 N95.000.00 % FGS202537 N100.000.00 % FGS202539 N90.000.00 % FGS202541 N75.000.00 % FGS202543 N100.000.00 % FGS202545 N85.000.00 % FGS202547 N100.000.00 % FGS202549 N100.000.00 % FGS202551 N55.000.00 % FGS202553 N60.000.00 % FGS202555 N98.000.00 % FGS202634 N60.000.00 % FGS202636 N100.000.00 % FGS202638 N100.000.00 % FGS202640 N100.000.00 % FGS202642 N100.000.00 % FGS202644 N98.960.00 % FGS202646 N100.000.00 % FGS202648 N80.000.00 % FGS202650 N100.000.00 % FGS202652 N60.000.00 % FGS202654 N100.000.00 % FGS202656 N100.000.00 % FGS202657 N70.000.00 % FGS202659 N100.000.00 % FGS202661 N100.000.00 % FGS202663 N100.000.00 % FGS202665 N100.000.00 % FGS202758 N100.000.00 % FGS202760 N90.040.00 % FGS202762 N100.000.00 % FGS202764 N100.000.00 % FGS202766 N100.000.00 % FGSUK2024S1 N97.000.00 % FGSUK2025S2 N94.000.00 % FGSUK2027S3 N71.000.00 % FGSUK2031S4 N95.000.00 % FGSUK2032S5 N100.000.00 % FGSUK2033S6 N100.002.00 % FHSUK202801 N100.000.00 % FHSUK202902 N100.000.00 % FID2031S1 N100.000.00 % FIDELITYBK N9.60-0.40 % FIDSON N14.550.00 % FLOURMILL N41.800.00 % FMN2025S3B N100.000.00 % FMN2026S1 N100.000.00 % FTNCOCOA [RST] N1.300.05 % GEREGU N1000.000.00 % GOLDBREW [BLS] N3.150.00 % GOLDINSURE [MRS] N0.200.00 % GREENWETF N880.000.00 % GTCO N42.051.00 % GUINEAINS [AWR] N0.320.01 % GUINNESS N54.800.00 % HONYFLOUR [BLS] N3.150.00 % IAO2026S1 N100.000.00 % IKEJAHOTEL N7.000.00 % IMG N12.500.10 % INFINITY [BLS] N7.050.00 % INTBREW [BLS] N4.000.00 % INTENEGINS [RST] N1.52-0.01 % JAIZBANK N2.12-0.03 % JAPAULGOLD N1.990.09 % JBERGER N89.500.00 % JOHNHOLT N2.170.00 % JULI N9.490.00 % KGB2022S2 N100.000.00 % LAB2027T2 N100.000.00 % LAB2027T4 N100.000.00 % LAB2031S4 N99.960.00 % LAB2033S1 N100.000.00 % LASACO [MRF] N2.08-0.11 % LASUK2030S2 N100.000.00 % LEARNAFRCA N3.300.00 % LFZ2041S1 N100.000.00 % LFZ2042S2 N100.000.00 % LINKASSURE [MRF] N0.840.00 % LIVESTOCK N1.750.00 % LIVINGTRUST N3.240.00 % LMS2025S2 N100.000.00 % LOTUSHAL15 N30.000.30 % MANSARD N5.58-0.02 % MAYBAKER N5.600.00 % MBENEFIT [MRF] N0.560.00 % MCI2026S1 N100.000.00 % MCNICHOLS N1.050.00 % MECURE N9.570.00 % MEDVIEWAIR [BMF] N1.620.00 % MERGROWTH N68.00-1.10 % MERVALUE N120.84-13.42 % MEYER N5.300.00 % MORISON [MRF] N4.450.00 % MRS N135.000.00 % MTNN N220.700.00 % MULTITREX [DWL] N0.360.00 % MULTIVERSE N12.400.00 % NAHCO N32.10-0.05 % NASCON N36.800.00 % NB N31.902.90 % NCR [MRF] N4.320.00 % NEIMETH [BLS] N1.59-0.01 % NEM N9.550.85 % NESTLE N910.000.00 % NEWGOLD N22750.010.00 % NGXGROUP N23.600.00 % NIDF N114.000.00 % NIGERINS [MRF] N0.200.00 % NMR2027S3 N100.000.00 % NMR2030S1 N100.000.00 % NMR2033S2 N100.000.00 % NNFM N48.300.00 % NOTORE [BLS] N62.500.00 % NOVA2027S1 N100.000.00 % NPFMCRFBK [MRF] N1.630.00 % NSLTECH [MRF] N0.460.00 % NSP2031S2 N100.000.00 % NSP2034S1 N100.000.00 % OANDO [MRF] N15.000.45 % ODB2027S1 N100.000.00 % OKOMUOIL N255.700.00 % OMATEK [RST] N0.650.02 % PBS2026S1 N100.000.00 % PHARMDEKO [MRF] N1.830.00 % PREMPAINTS [MRF] N10.000.00 % PRESCO N323.200.00 % PRESTIGE [BLS] N0.540.00 % PZ N22.000.00 % RAKUNITY [MRF] N0.300.00 % REDSTAREX N3.900.00 % REGALINS [MRF] N0.430.02 % RESORTSAL [MRF] N0.200.00 % RONCHESS N81.000.00 % ROYALEX [MRF] N0.610.02 % RTBRISCOE N0.56-0.03 % SB2024S1TA N100.000.00 % SB2024S1TB N100.000.00 % SCOA N2.150.00 % SEPLAT N3450.000.00 % SFSREIT N101.400.00 % SIAMLETF40 N1111.00101.00 % SIM2025S2 N100.000.00 % SKYAVN N20.400.00 % SMURFIT [MRF] N0.200.00 % SOVRENINS [MRF] N0.440.02 % STACO [MRF] N0.480.00 % STANBIC N53.500.80 % STANBICETF30 N693.0062.99 % STDINSURE [MRF] N0.200.00 % STERLINGNG N4.160.21 % SUNUASSUR N1.240.04 % TAJSUKS1 N99.990.00 % TANTALIZER N0.460.00 % THOMASWY [RST] N1.740.15 % TIP N1.750.05 % TOTAL N388.900.00 % TOURIST [MRF] N2.500.00 % TRANSCOHOT N99.980.00 % TRANSCORP N10.50-0.25 % TRANSEXPR N1.250.00 % TRANSPOWER N373.900.00 % TRIPPLEG N4.130.00 % TSL2030S1 N100.000.00 % UACN N14.451.15 % UBA N23.001.35 % UBN [BMF] N6.650.00 % UBN2029S3 N100.000.00 % UCAP N21.701.70 % UCAP2025S1 N100.000.00 % UHOMREIT N36.600.00 % UNHOMES [DIP] N3.020.00 % UNILEVER N15.05-0.80 % UNIONDAC [DIP] N0.280.00 % UNIONDICON [BRS] N8.100.00 % UNITYBNK [MRF] N1.220.11 % UNIVINSURE N0.33-0.01 % UPDC [BLS] N1.400.07 % UPDCREIT N4.400.00 % UPL N2.300.00 % VANLEER [MRF] N5.450.00 % VERITASKAP N0.71-0.02 % VETBANK N8.150.25 % VETGOODS N18.930.00 % VETGRIF30 N36.300.00 % VETINDETF N47.100.00 % VFDGROUP N202.900.00 % VITAFOAM N17.000.00 % VSPBONDETF N284.990.00 % WAPCO N34.000.95 % WAPIC [MRF] N0.710.00 % WEMABANK N7.100.30 % ZENITHBANK N36.001.00 %

Corporate Overview

Nigerian Exchange Group Plc, a leading integrated market infrastructure in Africa, is championing the development of Africa’s financial markets.

Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) Plc is a leading integrated market infrastructure in Africa. We service the largest economy in Africa and are strengthening the competitiveness of African economies to achieve global prosperity. As a key player in the continent’s financial markets, we take an active role in shaping the future of the markets through our investment in business innovation and technology.

NGX Group provides a wide range of services including listing and trading securities, licensing, market data solutions, ancillary technology, regulation, real estate, and more through its wholly-owned subsidiaries – NGX Exchange, NGX REGCO, and NGX RELCO. The Group is also invested in the financial infrastructure space with investments in NG Clearing Limited, Central Securities and Clearing Systems (CSCS), OTC platforms and three fintech companies.

Nigerian Exchange Group is committed to the highest international standards. To support this commitment, NGX Group b​elong​s to a number of international and regional organisations that promote the development and integration of global best practices.

NGX Group continues to evolve in order to meet the needs of its valued customers and to achieve the highest level of competitiveness.

We are a people-focused, result-oriented organisation

Our work environment is high-performing and intellectually challenging. We are driven by our core values and seek to streamline our processes to enable us to embrace change, innovation, and growth. ​Our success is built upon a clear strategic direction, and a shared commitment to the vision, mission and values of NGX.​​

OUR VISION:
To be Africa’s preferred exchange hub.

OUR MISSION:
To provide investors and businesses a reliable, efficient and an adaptable exchange hub in Africa, to save and to access capital.

OUR CORE VALUES:
Our core values are the defining principles by which we operate as individuals and as a Company. They define who we are, how we work, what we believe in and what we stand for. Our values are at the heart of everything we do, and they are:

AIF – Ambitious, Inclusive and Fair

60+

Years of Stimulating Growth

Our Subsidiaries

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We provide the premier platform in Africa for raising capital; facilitate a thriving secondary market for trading securities and maintain a seamless flow of market information.

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NGX REGCO

We promote and enforce just and equitable principles of listing and trading, as well as maintain fair and orderly financial markets.

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NGX RELCO

We deliver tailored property letting, real estate investment and facility management services.

Our History

The Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) formerly known as the Nigerian Stock Exchange, dates its history back to 15 September 1960 when the Lagos Stock Exchange was founded. There were seven subscribers to the NGX Group’s Memorandum of Association: R.S.V. Scott, representing C.T. Bowring and Co. Nigeria Ltd.; Chief Theophilus Adebayo Doherty; John Holt Ltd; Investment Company of Nig. Ltd.(ICON); Sir. Odumegwu Ojukwu; Chief Akintola Williams; and Alhaji Shehu Bukar.

On August 25 1961, operations began officially with 19 securities listed for trading. However, informal operations had commenced earlier in June 1961 and were initially conducted inside the Central Bank building with four firms as market dealers: Inlaks, John Holt, C.T. Bowring, and ICON (Investment Company of Nigeria).

In December 1977, the name was changed to The Nigerian Stock Exchange, with branches established in some of the major commercial cities of the country. By 1984, the All Share Index was launched, which went on to hit the 1,000 mark in 1992, and 10,000 points by year 2000.

2011 ushered in an era of digital transformation dubbed the X-Era, leading to the launch of the historic and robust technology platform, X-GEN in 2013. This enhanced direct market access and brought about the advent of mobile trading technologies.

In 2021 the Nigerian Stock Exchange was fully demutualised changing from a member-owned not-for-profit entity into a shareholder-owned, profit making entity. This gave rise to a new structure – Nigerian Exchange Group Plc (NGX Group) with subsidiaries – Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX Exchange), NGX Regulation Limited (NGX REGCO), and NGX Real Estate Limited (NGX RELCO).

NOTABLE DATES

Key milestones on our journey

1960
1961
1977
1978
1979
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1989
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1992
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1996
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2003
2004

1960

Sep – The Nigerian Stock Exchange was founded

1961

Jun – Trading commenced on The Nigerian Stock Exchange

1977

Dec – The Lagos Stock Exchange renamed The Nigerian Stock Exchange

1978

Jun – The Exchange opens a trading floor/branch in Kaduna

1979

Apr – Opening of the Port Harcourt branch/trading floor

1984

Jan – The Nigerian Stock Exchange launched an All-Share Index

1985

Apr – The Second-Tier Securities Market (SSM) was launched.

1986

Nov – Official opening of new Customs Street, Lagos, trading floor of The Stock Exchange by President Ibrahim Babangida

1989

May – Kano branch of The Exchange opened

1990

Feb – Trading commenced at the Onitsha branch of The Exchange.
Aug – Ibadan branch of The Exchange opened

1992

Sep – The All-Share Index reaches the 1000 mark

1993

Jan – The Nigerian capital market was deregulated.

1995

Jan – The Federal Government abrogated the Exchange Control Act 1962 and the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decree 1989, effectively internationalizing the Nigerian capital market.
Jul – The Federal Government promulgated the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission Decree No. 16 and the Foreign Exchange (Monitoring & Miscellaneous Provisions Decree No. 17, in furtherance of the opening of the Nigerian capital market to the international community.
Sep – The Nigerian Stock Exchange issued Administrative Guidelines for Foreign Investment Through The Nigerian Stock Market.
Nov – Inauguration of the Board of Trustees of the Investors’ Protection Fund for the Nigerian Stock Market

1996

May – Percentage pricing system introduced (with 5% as the limit of the daily fluctuation band)

Jul – The Stock Exchange abolished the T+14 Settlement/Delivery period and introduces a weekly Settlement/Delivery period.

1997

Apr – The Central Securities Clearing System Limited was commissioned by the Chief of General Staff, Lt. General Oladipo Diya.

Apr – The Central Securities Clearing System Limited Commenced operation, providing automated clearing, settlement, delivery and custodian services, among others.

1998

Jun – NSE released guidelines and procedures for trading in rights.

Jul – Trading in rights commenced on The Nigerian Stock Exchange.

1999

Apr – The Nigerian Stock Exchange transits to the Automated Trading System (ATS).
May – Federal Government promulgates the Investments & Securities Decree No. 45, 1999.
Aug – The President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, represented by the Finance Minister, Malam Adamu Ciroma, commissioned the ATS.
Oct – The Exchange opens Abuja Area Office and commenced remote trading on the ATS

2000

Mar – The Nigerian Stock Exchange commenced T+3 settlement cycle.
Mar – The Trade Guarantee Fund commenced operation.
Oct – The Nigerian Stock Exchange hosted the ASEA Conference/AGM.

2003

Sep – The Exchange changed trading hours from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

2004

Feb – The Exchange admitted the N150bn 1st Federal Government Bond to the Official List.
Sep – The Exchange admitted the first quoted company in the Hotel & Tourism Subsector – Tourist Company of Nigeria Plc.