Preference shares is a type of debt instrument issued by companies in which the shareholders do not want to dilute their ownership interest.
Companies that do not want to immediately dilute their ownership interest in the company use debt instruments to raise funds from the capital market.
Equities (also called ordinary shares or common stock) are issued by companies that want to sell to the investor a part of itself in order to raise funds for development and expansion.
Money Savvy is a program that offers children essential age-appropriate financial lessons and corresponding activities as they grow.
Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange which provides platform for buying and selling of shares and its transactions are regulated by Securities and Exchange Commission.