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NSE Organises First Market Data Workshop


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The Nigerian Stock Exchange (“The Exchange or NSE”) in collaboration with Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and Market Data Vendors (MDVs) is set to host its inaugural Market Data Workshop.
The workshop aims to increase awareness on the critical role of Market Data in making sound investment decisions on both the buy and sell sides.
The workshop themed “Understanding Market Data for Savvy Investing and Wealth Creation” coincides with the 3rd anniversary of X-GEN, a next generation trading platform that has contributed to increasing market access, order flow and market transparency. Attendees at the workshop will include investors, market data aggregators, exchanges, market regulators, government agencies, dealing members, telecommunication operators and other stakeholders from the capital market ecosystem.
According to the Chief Executive Officer, NSE, Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, OON, the delivery of market data to users is highly time-sensitive and requires specialized technologies designed to handle the collection and throughput of the massive data streams. “At the NSE, this effort is underpinned by our ‘next generation’ trading engine, X-Gen, which was built in collaboration with NASDAQ in 2013. X-Gen is not only built to trade a wide range of securities, it is extendable to multiple interfaces for the consumption of market data. It is this system that we rely on daily to deliver approximately 2.5GB worth of data to our various domestic and global market data consumers”. 
Speaking on the event, the Executive Director, Market Operations and Technology, NSE, Mr. Ade Bajomo, said “the conference brings to fore the critical application of market data in making sound investment decisions whilst highlighting the various data products available in the Nigerian marketplace, thereby allowing investors to maximize their wealth creation opportunities. This is a must attend event for all market participants.”
Some of the confirmed speakers for the event include: Dr. Yemi Kale – Statistician General of the National Bureau of Statistics of Nigeria, Uwa Agbonile – Managing Director, Infoware Limited, Obiora Anyichie – Global Trybe Solutions,   Natasha Punwani – Business Manager, Bloomberg; and Kemi Oluwashina – Director, ARM Securities.
Ade Ewuosho, Head of Market Services Department, NSE noted that, “the Exchange in collaboration with technology driven institutions and stakeholders in Nigeria will continue to provide business solutions that will thrive on market data, technology and innovation, to meet the diverse business needs. We are hopeful that attendees will gain valuable insight that will help them realise the significance of data to decision making”.


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