Aminu Gwadabe, the association’s president, said this on Tuesday at a virtual symposium organised by Arbiterz Media Limited, in association with EGM trading partners.
The symposium, tagged, ‘The Naira In 2021: Optimising Choices for Growth’, was put together to look into the outlook for the Nigerian currency in 2021.
ABCON said the new platform, Naijabdcs.com, would provide real-time foreign exchange rates across the country based on market realities.
Mr Gwadabe said the platform would be different from other apps and platforms dedicated to publishing details of parallel market updates.
“The introduction of this platform, Naijabdcs.com, will help to enhance the provision of authentic and live foreign exchange rates across the country based on market realities,” he said.
“This is our own way of adding value to the market and also encourage innovations within the financial services sector and in the country.”