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Videos

Interviews and Talks

 

Business Center Interview: Eye on the Money

What to consider when buying shares

 

CMA launches 10-year master plan with growth in GEMS among key targets

Capital Markets Authority reduces license fees for brokerage firms

CMA set to certify stockbrokerage staff

 

Kenya: CMA to Certify Market Intermediaries' Staff

 

CMA set to certify stockbrokerage staff

 

Reprieve as CMA cuts stockbrokers fee

 

Kenya: CMA Says Trading Licences At NSE to Cost Less

 

Uhuru Meets UK Investors

Proposed law seeks to limit foreign ownership in strategic firms

 

Kenya: Ownership Rules On Stocks Under Review

 

Proposed law seeks to limit foreign ownership in strategic firms Read more at: http://www.standardme

 

New loans window opened for counties

 

CMA woos investors from western Kenya to bourse

 

Counties to start borrowing money backed by assets

 

Counties to start borrowing money backed by assets

 

New loans window opened for counties

 

UNCOVERING THE KENYA CAPITAL MARKETS AUTHORITY'S MASTER PLAN

Capital Market Authority goes to Kisumu City

Bloomberg November 20, 2014

 

New law to help merge key financial regulators

 

Kenya to cement its position as the capital market of choice for investors

Kenya: CMA seeks to lower Tax to Attract Investors

 

Winner: Quiz on CMA trivia ends

 

CMA targets students in training drive

 

Why top exchange stocks are unfit for sharia investment

 

Daily Nation Wednesday 10 December, 2014 Page 34

 

Treasury out to accommodate Islamic financial products within capital markets

 

The Standard Wednesday 10 December, 2014 Page 41

 

UPDATE ON THE KENYAN MARKETS

Capital Markets Authority gets powers to roll out products ahead of laws

CMA's CEO calls for earlier start of financial literacy education in schools.

Title CMA seeks to tap into US$1.9TN pot of investments handled by the LSE annually

Daily Nation Sunday January 18, 2015 Page 37

 

The Standard Saturday January 17, 2015 Page 36

 

The Star Weekend January 17/18, 2015 Page 11

 

Daily Nation Wednesday January 28, 2015 Page 38

 

The Star Wednesday January 28, 2015 Page 39

 

Central Bank bets on stocks payment to boost trade

 

The Star Friday March 6, 2015 Page 39

 

Fear of losing ownership keeps family firms away from NSE

 

Family firms in slow quest for listing on NSE

 

Family interests, costs hamper GEMS listings

 

Daily Nation, Smart Company Tuesday April 21, 2015 Page 5

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Business Daily Monday April 20, 2015 Page 15

 

The Star Saturday/Sunday April 18, 2015 Page 13

 

Local firms to tap into London bourse

 

Daily Nation Published Tuesday 21 April, 2014

 

London Stock Exchange seeks to create linkages with Nairobi Securities Exchange

DUAL LISTING BRIEFING

Business Daily Friday April 24, 2015 Page 20

 

Daily Nation Friday April 24, 2015 Page 34

 

The Star Friday April 24, 2015 Page 38

 

Business Daily Friday May 8, 2015 Page 19

 

The Standard Sunday May 10 2015 Page 32

 

The Star Friday May 8, 2015 Page 39

 

Firms eye Nairobi, London bourses

 

Ndegwa to stay at NIC Bank amid conflict of interest fears

 

Capital Markets Authority to streamline NSE tax collection

Daily Nation Friday May 29 2015 Page 36

 

The Star, Friday May 29 2015. Page 38

 

CMA will now allow corporate bond holders to lend them out

 

CMA wants issuers of REITS cushioned from tax

 

Business Daily Tuesday 16 June 2015 Page 20

 
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