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Okey Nwuke, Access Bank Non-Executive Director, Purchases 1.3 Million Shares in the Bank

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Dr. Okey Nwuke, a non-executive director in Access Bank, has purchased 1.3 million shares of Access Bank, according to the latest disclosure filing from the bank.

Nwuke bought 1.3 million shares at N7.45 a unit on May 5, 2021 at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

Dr. Nwuke has over 28 years’ experience in finance and corporate governance working with top corporates and leading commercial banks in Nigeria. He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria, an honorary member of Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria and a member of Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners.

He has garnered considerable expertise in credit analysis and bank financial management through professional training as a Chartered Accountant, from relevant training programmes as well as on the job training. He was an Executive Director in Access Bank from 2004 to 2013 and served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank’s subsidiaries in Rwanda and Burundi. Dr. Nwuke was a pioneer Non-Executive Director of Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers Limited representing Access Bank.

Dr. Nwuke’s key competencies include finance, strategy development and execution, organizational restructuring and transformation, leadership and change management. He joined the Board of Coscharis Group in August 2014 and is currently responsible for the strategic drive to position it for sustainability. He currently chairs the Shareholders’ Audit Committee of NASCON Plc and sits on the Boards of Access Pension Fund Custodian Limited, First Ally Asset Management Limited, Claritus Limited and Simply Gifts and Interiors Limited.

He holds a B.Sc. Degree in Accountancy from University of Nigeria, Nsukka and an MBA (Distinction) in International Banking and Finance from the Birmingham Business School, United Kingdom. Dr. Nwuke holds a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration (DBA) from Walden University, Minnesota, USA with a research focus on leadership transition challenges in family businesses. He has been exposed to several leadership and professional development programmes at renowned institutions including Harvard Business School, Boston (AMP 175), Wharton Business School, Pennsylvania (both in U.S.A), INSEAD and IMD.

He joined the Board in November 2019 and currently chairs the Board Credit and Finance Committee. He is also the Vice-Chairman of the Board Technical Committee on Retail Expansion.

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and Investing.com, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.

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Stock Market Gains N230 Billion Last Week

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The Nigerian Exchange Limited gained N230 billion last week as more stocks closed in the green.

The market value of listed stocks and the Nigerian Exchange Limited All-Share Index expanded by 1.11 percent to close the week at N20.41 trillion and 39.156.28 index points, respectively.

Investors traded 1.06 billion shares valued at N12.8 billion in 17,854 transactions during the week, against a total of 1.08 billion shares worth N9.55 billion were traded in 17,933 transactions in the previous week.

In terms of volume traded, the financial services industry led the activity table with 714.677 million shares estimated at N5.95 billion traded in 9,718 transactions. Therefore, contributing 67.53 percent and 46.38 percent to the total equity turnover volume and value traded, respectively.

This was followed by the consumer goods industry with 97.18 million shares estimated at N3.29 billion in 3,006 transactions.

In third place was the ICT industry with a turnover of 75.99 million shares valued at N583.72 million in 679 deals.

The top three most traded stocks (measured by volume) were Zenith Bank Plc, Sterling Bank Plc and Fidelity Bank Plc. The three accounted for 261.34 million shares valued at N2.71 billion and traded in 2,862 deals. The top three most traded equities in the week contributed 24.70 percent and 21.13 percent to the total equity turnover volume and value.

During the week, 35 stocks closed in the green, against 33 posted in the previous week. A total of 36 equities rose as against 33 equities in the previous week, while 89 equities remained unchanged as against 94 in the previous week.

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Nigerian Equities Market Establishes Bullish Trend

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The equities market in Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria, extended its bullish trend on Thursday as the Exchange closed in the green amid rising renewed interest in the market.

Investors traded 158.366 million shares valued at N2.236 billion in 3,330 transactions during the trading hours of Thursday.

The Nigerian Exchange Limited All-Share Index gained 0.10 percent to close at 39,210.1 index points while the market value of all stocks grew to N20.437 trillion on Thursday.

The renewed interest followed weeks of bearish trends that trailed the market amid a broad-based profit-taking that encompasses the market after a prolonged bullish trend recorded in 2020 and Q1 2021 despite COVID-19.

Link Assurance led gainers with 9.09 percent to settle at N0.60 per share. This was followed by PZ’s 7.14 percent to close the day at N6 per share. See the details below.

Top Gainers

Symbols Last Close Current Change %Change
LINKASSURE N 0.55 N 0.60 0.05 9.09 %
PZ N 5.60 N 6.00 0.40 7.14 %
CHAMS N 0.20 N 0.21 0.01 5.00 %
MAYBAKER N 4.00 N 4.20 0.20 5.00 %
UNILEVER N 12.10 N 12.70 0.60 4.96 %

Top Losers 

Symbols Last Close Current Change %Change
CWG N 1.25 N 1.13 -0.12 -9.60 %
CHIPLC N 0.78 N 0.71 -0.07 -8.97 %
ABCTRANS N 0.40 N 0.37 -0.03 -7.50 %
WAPIC N 0.59 N 0.55 -0.04 -6.78 %
MBENEFIT N 0.46 N 0.43 -0.03 -6.52 %

Top Trades

Symbols Volume Value
ZENITHBANK 27323705.00 629220680.00
STERLNBANK 22023242.00 35086591.92
UBA 21687325.00 154234967.20
TRANSCORP 9154104.00 8153516.30
CHAMS 8320326.00 1679156.18

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Airtel Africa Announces Default Currency Exchange Rates for Final Dividend

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Airtel Africa on Thursday announced the default currency and options on currency election for the proposed 2.5 cents per ordinary share final dividend recommended by the Board.

The leading telecommunications and mobile money services company said the currency exchange rates that will be applicable in determination of the final dividend payment to any shareholders that qualify for and have elected to receive the final dividend payment in U.S. dollars, GB pounds or Nigerian naira will be as follows:

Arrangements for Shareholders that hold their shares on the London Stock Exchange (LSE):

• Shareholders that hold their shares on the London Stock Exchange may elect to receive their entire dividend payment in GB pounds or U.S. dollars.

• Partial elections are not permissible.

• Holders electing to receive a dividend should specify a choice of currency by completing the Currency Election Form and return to Computershare Investor Services plc.

• Shareholders holding their shares on the LSE who do not indicate their currency of choice before 12 July 2021 will receive their dividends in U.S. dollars.

• The closing date for the dividend currency election to the Company’s Registrars Computershare Investor Services plc in the UK is 12 July 2021.

• Currency election forms can be obtained by contacting the Company’s Registrars, Computershare Investor Services plc, on the Company’s dedicated telephone line: +44 (0)370 7030027.

Arrangements for Shareholders that hold their shares on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX):

• Shareholders that hold their shares on the Nigerian Exchange Limited may elect to receive their entire dividend payment in Nigerian naira or U.S. dollars.

• Partial elections are not permissible.

• Holders electing to receive a dividend in U.S. dollars should complete the Currency Election Form and return to Coronation Registrars Limited or email to eforms@coronationregistrars.com.

• Shareholders holding their shares on the NGX who do not indicate their currency of choice before 12 July 2021 will receive their dividends in Nigerian naira.

• The closing date for the dividend currency election to the Company’s Registrars Coronation Registrars Limited in Nigeria is 12 July 2021.

• Currency election forms can found on the website of the Company’s Registrar www.coronationregistrars.com or this direct link: https://coronationregistrars.com/currencyelection-form/

The following currency exchange rate will be applicable in the determination of the final dividend payment to any shareholders that qualify for and have elected to receive the final dividend payment:

Exchange Rate

1 USD = 410.95 Nigerian naira
1 USD = 0.7068 GB pounds

The exchange rate for the Nigerian naira or GB pounds amounts payable was determined by reference to the exchange rates applicable to the U.S. dollar available on 9 June 2021.

 

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