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The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced plans to release a framework that will guide the capital market in the proposed recapitalisation exercise by banks.

The acting Director General of the SEC, Emomotimi Agama, disclosed this during a meeting with the executives of the Institute of Capital Market Registrars in Abuja on Friday.

He stated that to guarantee that all outstanding matters were settled in the best interests of the market, the commission was prepared to communicate with different sectors of the capital market.

“We are on top of the issues around the recapitalisation exercise. Very soon, we will come up with a framework to guide the market. The idea is to interact with you all. There may be things hanging, and due to the transition, we do not want to miss anything. It will still be attended to in the interest of the market.

He urged the registrars to adopt technology to guarantee that the problem of unclaimed dividends in the capital market was resolved.

According to SEC’s acting Executive Commissioner of Operations, Bola Ajomale, technology adoption is the most effective approach to guaranteeing punctuality and sanitise the system.

The President of the institute, Seyi Owoturo, noted that the registrars would act in the capital market’s best interests.

“I congratulate the new SEC management on their appointment, and I pledge that the registrars will continue to work in the interest of the capital market,” he averred.

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