Currency control measures instill fears in investors - THE GUARDIAN

December 21 2017

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said investors still express concerns on how to repatriate funds out of Nigeria, due to currency controls introduced last year.

Besides the IMF also submitted that government must roll that would help reduce the rate of inflation in the country to reposition the economy on a steady growth trajectory in 2018, and increase the nation's access to domestic funds.

The Senior Financial Sector Expert, Debt and Capital Market Instruments Division, Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF, Miriam Tamene, who stated this during a visit of IMF Team to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Abuja, said investors are still concerned about the repatriation of their funds out of Nigeria, due to currency controls introduced last year.