Kenya: market infrastructure
- Lack of transparent and efficient bond trading platforms to encourage domestic capital raising
- Lack of liquidity in bond trading which hampers the growth of the secondary bond market, making bond issuances unattractive
A tale of two markets
Imagine Johannesburg, with its highways, traffic signals, shopping malls, chain restaurants and supermarkets. Now picture Nakuru, a small Kenyan town, filled with old, narrow roads clogged with...
CMA launches international certification for the capital markets industry
Nairobi April 21, 2016 – As part of its drive to enhance the positioning of Kenya as a premier investment destination, the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has launched international...