Airtel Africa has confirmed that it is going ahead in June 2019 with its $750 million listing on the main market of the London Stock …
A new asset class has opened for investors as the International Property Securities Exchange in London prepares for its first initial public offer (IPO) in …
++ STORY UPDATED AFTER ARTICLE IN SUNDAY TELEGRAPH IN UK ON 3 FEB 2019 ++ Airtel Africa, a UK-based company, is on track for an …
GMEX Group is leading in plans to launch a revolutionary blockchain exchange platform in Mauritius with MINDEX Holdings Limited (MINDEX) linked to Mauritius International Derivatives and Commodities Exchange and Hybrid Stock Exchange Corporation Limited (HYBSE).
Hirander Misra, CEO of GMEX Group, says blockchain will start changing securities exchanges in the next 2 years as regulation, custodians, etc all improve. The bar is getting higher to set up an exchange”.
African tech superstar Alysia Silberg (General Partner, Street Global Venture Capital) says African policymakers keen to boost investment into Africa’s fast growing tech sector can focus on 12 investment questions asked by Silicon Valley.
Leading blockchain innovator Consensys continues to ramp up its role in shaping the future of financial services and capital markets in Africa with the recruitment of fintech veteran Ian Bessarabia.
Investors can use their smartphones to check share and bond portfolios and send orders to stockbrokers in Zimbabwe with an online and mobile trading platform called C-Trade from today (4 July).
Malawi Stock Exchange is set to go live with an automated trading system (ATS) by end May and 30 April is start date for dematerialization as shareholders move physical certificates onto the Reserve Bank of Malawi electronic Central Securities Depository.
Blockchain technology can revolutionize trading in derivatives, fix inefficiencies and cut costs of trading if there is more standardization. Barclays Bank is one of the key champions and yesterday (26 April) spoke out at the annual meeting of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA).
Tomorrow (17 April) is the last day to register for the 7th Building African Financial Markets (BAFM) seminar with a top lineup to debate the future of Africa’s exchanges. It will be on 19-20 April and is organized by African Securities Exchanges Association and hosted by Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya.