Rules & Interpr Officer at The Nigerian Stock Exchange
Department Rules and Interpretation Department
Role Rules & Interpretation Officer
ReportsTo Executive Director, Regulation
Grade Officer – Assistant Manager
The Nigerian Stock Exchange services the largest economy in Africa, and is championing the development of Africa’s financial 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 Exchange needs an industry professional with a strong personality, good people management skills and the ability to work as a team player to support all aspects of the rule making process. The individual will be required to have a thorough understanding of Exchange’s policies, overall mission and strategy, as well as a strong legal background.
Drafting of new rules and regulations for the Exchange.
Influencing people management, change management and team spirit.
Cleaning up the Exchange’s rule book
Writing and putting out notices to members as well as well as interpreting existing rules and answering frequently asked questions on proposed rules.
Ensuring KPIs are met.
Working with team to interpret all Exchange rules
Assist Team Lead and HoR in achieving The Exchange’s objectives.
Writing comments on proposed legislation, SEC rules, proposed rules and any other policies that affect the Exchange
Job Skills Attention to Detail Description Attention to Detail Type Behavioral Customer Service Description Customer Service Type Behavioral Effective Communication Skills (Written & Oral) Description Effective Communication Skills (Written & Oral) Type Behavioral Analytical Thinking Description Analytical Thinking Type Functional Communication Skills Description Communication Skills Type Soft Skill
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
To successfully deliver the above goals, the right candidate must have:
A law degree with 4-7 years’ experience. Strong understanding of securities laws and a good understanding of ISA 2007, SEC rules, NSE rules and CAMA. Must be a lawyer
Sound business and legal judgment with problem-solving abilities.
Must be able to build strong partnerships with business and corporate staff, communicate to a wide variety of audiences in clear, understandable language, and be a skilled facilitator of group action.