The Financial Markets Dealers Association of Nigeria (FMDA) formerly known as Money Market Association of Nigeria (MMAN) is a self regulatory body in Nigeria; initially registered in 1989 under land (Perpetual succession) Act of 1962 and registered later under the Incorporated Trustees on 11th March 2010 as FMDA; to build capacity, identify, support and develop, where necessary possible financial market infrastructure, human capital and promote professional and ethical standards in treasury activities in Nigeria.
UPCOMING TRAINING PROGRAMMES
The Training function of the Association supports promotion of ethical conduct and enhancement of the skills and competencies of members to global standards has been one of the main focuses of the Financial Markets Dealers Association (FMDA).
Consequently, the Association has continued to provide training programmes that emphasize appropriate banking and treasury skills through quality training programmes coupled with high level of Professional ethics.
Marketing of Financial Services Course (February 16 -17, 2017)
The financial services market has become tougher and more competitive, but this again offers an opportunity for innovative and creative techniques...
One day Conference – Justification for Interest Rate Derivatives in the Nigerian Financial Market (Wednesday, January 18, 2017)
The Association, in line with its commitment to developing human capital within the financial markets is organizing a one-day conference with...