AN EXAMINATION OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR COMBATING FRAUDULENT INVESTMENT SCHEMES IN THE NIGERIAN CAPITAL MARKET.

AN EXAMINATION OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR COMBATING FRAUDULENT INVESTMENT SCHEMES IN THE NIGERIAN CAPITAL MARKET.

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ABSTRACT

Finance is the key to investment and growth hence the need for efficient financial systems to help

development. Nigeria’s financial system comprises the money and capital markets that serve it.

These two sub-sectors create financial assets and liabilities by intermediating between surplus

and deficit units in the economy. While the money market is where short term loans are sourced,

the capital market is one for medium and long term funds. The Nigerian capital market like other

capital markets in the world is sustained by the level of investment that drives it. Investment is

fundamental to the growth and development of any economic entity. The returns on investments

benefit the individual and have multiplier effects on the society at large. This dissertation

examines the legal framework for combating fraudulent investment schemes in the Nigerian

Capital Market by employing the doctrinal method of research. The upsurge in fraudulent

investment schemes in the Nigerian capital market has virtually impacted all aspects of the

country, ranging from money loss; leakage in the financial system; undermining confidence in

the market and psychological effects on the investor among others. Despite the numerous laws

and institutions in place to help in the fight, fraudulent investment schemes continue to plague

the Nigerian capital market. This research finds that this can be attributed to the ignorance

displayed by investors at identifying genuine investment schemes. There is therefore, the need for

the Securities and Exchange Commission to embark on massive investors’ enlightenment

campaign to educate investors and potential investors about investment schemes.


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