Investors in Africa’s technology unicorn company Jumia have had a bucking bronco ride since it listed American Depository Receipts (ADRs, representing shares) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Similarly the company is learning fast that the world’s most developed public markets still have elements of the Wild West, Jumia has seen the price of […]
The Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières (BRVM), headquartered in investment destination Côte d’Ivoire, will meet South African fund managers and market experts on March 14
According to www.Alexa.com, in rankings today (9 Jan) the Nigerian Stock Exchange website was ranked #83,112 busiest website in the world ahead of the Egyptian Exchange, JSE, BRVM and Nairobi Securities Exchange.
Congratulations to the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange on its excellent new website, including a very useful listed companies’ data terminal, including annual reports, charting, trading and other data. Good work by the ZSE team and Rob Stangroom at African Investor Relations.
Another step forward for Africa-based investor relations (IR) specialist Rob Stangroom. He announced that Zimbabwe-based stockbroker Lynton Edwards Securities is using data direct from corporate IR websites to service clients’ information needs about Zimbabwe-listed companies.
The website www.africaniscool.com has been upgraded with a newsletter. According to CEO Rob Stangroom: “Our newsletter contains mostly original content and is targeted at investors, regulators and listed companies in Africa. Our goal is to increase awareness of issues related to online shareholder communications.”
Three excellent sites offer fine material and services on promoting investor relations, and feature an enticing line-up of online published annual reports of listed companies from all over Africa as well as many other useful tips and advice.