Category archives for: Capital Market

Ghana: SEC Revokes Licences of 53 Fund Managers Over Various Infractions

Accra, Ghana, November 8, 2019//-Ghana’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has, with effect from today revoked the licences of Fifty-Three (53) Fund Management Companies.

How Data Breaches Affect Stock Market Share Prices

November 6, 2019//-A data breach incurs serious consequences no matter whether a company is big or small.

Luno Announces Ethereum/Naira Trading Pair on its Exchange

Lagos, Nigeria – 29 October 2019 – Luno, the global cryptocurrency platform, has announced that customers can now buy Ethereum on its exchange using Nigerian Naira.

Ghana: Menzgold Announces Schedule for Payment of Customers

Accra, Ghana, October 23, 2019//-As a part of Menzgold efforts to finally discharge its financial obligations to its cherished customers, the gold dealership tabled down the following schedule to commence the process of validation in order to settle all verified claims of the customers.

Ghana Launches Repo Market Guidelines

Washington DC, USA, October 17, 2019//-The Bank of Ghana (BoG) together with the Ghana Fixed Income Market (GFIM) Committee today launched the ‘Guidelines for Repurchase Agreements’ in Ghana.

African Development Bank, Japan Sign Partnership to Promote Bond markets

Abidjan, 11 October 2019 – The African Development Bank and Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) have signed a partnership to promote environmental, social and governance investments in the global capital markets.

Stock Markets and Pound Relief Over Last-ditch Bid for Brexit Deal

London, UK, October 11, 2019//-Global stock markets and the British pound are set to experience a short-term boost following last-ditch talks in the Brexit negotiations on Thursday between the UK Prime Minister and his Irish counterpart.

Managing Capital Could Provide a $680bn Annual Windfall for Financing 2030 Agenda

September 27, 2019//-UNCTAD’s Trade and Development Report 2019 makes proposals on how to regulate private capital and channel it into long-term productive investment with social and developmental public priorities.

From Stablecoins to Central Bank Digital Currencies

September 27, 2019//-As privately issued stablecoins continue to encroach on more traditional forms of money—like cash and bank deposits—policymakers will not simply look on from the sidelines.

African Development Bank Launches $2 Billion Global Benchmark Bond

Abidjan, Ivory Coast, September 13, 2019/ — The African Development Bank has launched a US$ 2 billion 3-year Global Benchmark bond due 16 September 2022, its first US$ benchmark of the year.

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