Listings Enforcement Analyst Vacancy at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Friday 11, May 2018 – The Nigerian Stock Exchange, benefits the biggest economy in Africa, and is championing the advancement of Africa’s monetary markets. The Exchange offers posting and exchanging administrations, authorizing administrations, advertise information arrangements, subordinate innovation administrations, and the sky is the limit from there.
It is an open, proficient and energetic trade, interfacing Nigeria, Africa and the world.
LISTINGS ENFORCEMENT ANALYST
Department: Listing Regulation Department
Report to: Head, Listing Regulation Department
Grade: Executive Assistant – Assistant Officer
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, July 2, 2018
The Nigerian Stock Exchange services the largest economy in Africa, and is championing the development of Africa’s finanncial markets.
The Exchange offers listing and trading services, licensing services, market data solutions, ancillary technology services, and more.
It is an open, professional and vibrant Exchange, connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world.
The listing Enforcement analyst will assist the team lead in Enforcement Programs, Reporting, Maintaining the X-Monitor, Enforcement Revenue, Enforcement Actions and Rules Development.
Prepare and update Regulatory Filing Calendar
Communicate and monitor Issuers in regards to extension request
Update corporate information’s and financials of issuers via the X-Monitor
Ensure that financial penalties are imposed on violators
Ensure payments of penalties are made. Regulatory alerts
Tracking of enforcement actions
Liaise with Finance to ensure proper capturing of monies from penalties imposed on issuers
Maintains released calendar
Monitoring of restructuring companies. Conduct research on post listing rules
Microsoft Office Packages
Attention to Detail
Effective Communication Skills (Written & Oral)
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
To successfully deliver the above goals, the right candidate must have: University Degree in Finance, Economics, Accounting, Banking and Finance, Law or related fields
Must be able to build strong partnership and relate with business and enterprise staff to a wide variety of audience
Minimum of 2 years work experience in a financial sector Good knowledge of IFRS, securities legislations and corporate governance principles and codes
Understanding of regulatory compliance programs
Understanding of corporate governance trends
Ability to facilitate Training Programs.
DEADLINE: 19 May, 2018