Tag Archive for 'African Securities Exchanges Association'

Regional integration tops 2017 agenda for Africa’s exchanges

Stock exchanges across Africa should be working towards regional integration, says Prime Minister of Rwanda Anastase Murekezi, guest speaker at the African Securities Exchanges Association conference.

SADC stockbrokers linking for cross-border investment

Stockbroking firms across Southern Africa are invited for a network session on 7 December 2016 to learn more about investment opportunities in neighbouring capital markets.

Rwanda to host 20th African Securities Association conference on 27-29 November

Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) and the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA) will host the 20th Annual ASEA Conference in Kigali, Rwanda on 27-29 November, the flagship event for Africa’s capital markets.

AfDB and stock exchanges group ASEA sign MoU for capital markets projects

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA) signed an MoU to deepen and connect Africa’s financial markets and mobilize more resources to drive growth.

African securities exchanges and their role in the future

Opening remarks of Oscar Onyema, CEO of Nigerian Stock Exchange and President of African Securities Exchanges Association’s at the 2015 conference, hosted by Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).

Africa’s securities exchanges summit next week

Africa’s securities exchanges gather for their flagship conference in Johannesburg from 15-17 November. The 19th African Securities Exchanges Association annual summit is hosted by Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

4 priorities from new head of African stock exchanges

The new President of the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA) put forward 4 strategic objectives for the member bourses. Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, was elected President at this week’s ASEA conference in Kenya.

9 reasons Africa tops investment agendas

9 reasons Africa tops investors’ agenda, Eddy Njoroge told African Securities Exchanges Association, include: economy to rise from $1.1trn to $3.9trn in 5 years, the fastest-growing middle class (from 123m to 1.1bn), population to double to 2.4bn, and record $80bn of foreign investment.

JSE and ASEA host African exchanges for capacity-building

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA), supported by the World Bank Group, are hosting the third Building African Financial Markets seminar this week, bringing together stock exchanges, regulators, stockbrokers and others from across Africa.

JSE seminar on African capital markets development

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange will host the 3rd Building African Financial Markets capacity-building seminar, in Johannesburg from 10-12 September.