Bamboo Systems Technology Limited, Africa’s leading online brokerage firm, announced today that it has been granted a digital sub-broker license from Nigeria’s Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), allowing the company to operate in the Nigerian capital market as well as include Nigerian securities on its platform. 

SEC’s issuance of the license to Bamboo ensures oversight of the relationship with its sponsoring broker, Lambeth Capital, while also empowering it to enter into partnerships with multiple brokers to serve its clients. The license will also enable Bamboo to deepen its relationships with financial service providers to offer its API services. 

Bamboo is focused on its commitment to best practices and allowing its retail investors the ability to trade local securities on the Nigerian Exchange Group. 

In 2021, Bamboo began the rigorous application process for the SEC’s digital sub-broker license which was introduced that year. This included a thorough examination of its finances and governance process. 

“We are thrilled to reach this important milestone and are fully committed to our obligations as a registered digital broker. Since the launch of Bamboo, we work every day to provide the best technology solutions, backed by industry best practices, to allow Nigerian retail investors to access an unprecedented number of digital securities to build long-term wealth. We are grateful for our collaboration with the SEC, which has shown its dedication to protect investors while allowing for innovation to flourish,” said Richmond Bassey, CEO and Co-founder of Bamboo.


Founded in 2019, Bamboo is an online brokerage app that allows Africans to invest real time in local and foreign asset classes. Investing on Bamboo is simple, accessible, and affordable. Bamboo users can invest fractionable amounts in their favourite publicly listed US companies from Tesla to Apple, ETFs, mutual funds, or fixed income products. For users who are new to investing, Bamboo offers a wide range of educational materials from investment guides to a stock market course to regular events and webinars. More information at



  1. Godwin Emeto Reply

    Pls I will like to be an investor in Bamboo but needs to be guided on how to start.
    Also I would like to contact the office in person so as to get familiar with the procedures. Thank you!

  2. Ezenwa Samuel Chinenyeze Reply

    Do you have a platform where you give training on how to invest or trade with your company?

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