The Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission has blacklisted six online trading platforms due to their failure to comply with the country's regulations. Investors are advised to exercise caution when considering these platforms.

Six online trading platforms are blacklisted by Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission.

On the website of the commission, the Nigerian SEC announced the blacklisting of six online trading platforms.

The platforms’ ability to provide services to Nigerian investors has been halted after it was discovered that they were operating without the required regulatory approval.

Investors have also been cautioned by the SEC to be aware of any additional internet trading platforms that might be active without the required regulatory approval. In order to protect investors from further dangers, this is being done.

Blacklisting Of Six (6) Unregulated Online Trading Platforms

The Commission’s attention has been drawn to the under listed e-commerce Companies and their websites offering online trading platforms to the investing public. They are not registered by the SEC Nigeria and the financial services offered by them are also not authorized.

Prime Invest and “
(Websites: and;

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New Finance LLC and New Fx Limited

(Websites: and;

Evolve Consulting LCC
(Website: https// and;

Trust Fund- Mining Global Pty Ltd

Members of the public are advised to adopt the greatest diligence in making investment choices.

In view of the above, the general public is hereby WARNED that any person dealing with the above mentioned e-commerce websites is doing so at his/her own risk.




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