Stock Market Investments


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Various Stock Exchanges in Africa

Africa has some of the fastest growing companies in the world you never heard of on these markets. Mining Companies, Telecommunication companies etc. 

  • Algiers Stock Exchange
  • Botswana Stock Exchange
  • Douala Stock Exchange
  • Egyptian Exchange
  • Bolsa de Valores de Cabo Verde
  • Ghana Stock Exchange
  • Nairobi Securities Exchange
  • Libyan Stock Market
  • Malawi Stock Exchange
  • Stock Exchange of Mauritius
  • Casablanca Stock Exchange
  • Bolsa de Valores de Moçambique
  • Namibia Stock Exchange
  • Abuja Securities and Commodities Exchange
  • Nigerian Stock Exchange
  • Rwanda Stock Exchange
  • Seychelles Stock Exchange
  • Somalia Stock Exchange
  • Somalia Stock Exchange
  • Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  • Khartoum Stock Exchange
  • Swaziland Stock Exchange
  • Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
  • Bourse des Valeurs Mobilières de Tunis
  • Uganda Securities Exchange
  • Agricultural Commodities Exchange of Zambia
  • Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
  • Lusaka Stock Exchange

The Nigerian Stock Exchange services the largest economy in Africa and is championing the development of Africa’s financial markets.  The NSE, a registered company limited by guarantee, was founded in 1960 and it is licensed under the Investments and Securities Act (ISA) and is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of Nigeria. The Exchange offers listing and trading services, licensing services, market data solutions, ancillary technology services and more.  The Nigerian Stock Exchange is committed to adopting the highest levels of international standards. To support this commitment, The NSE b​elong​s to a number of international and regional organizations that promote the development and integration of global best practices across its operations. It is a member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) Initiative, the SIIA’s Financial Information Services Division (FISD) and the Intermarket Surveillance Group (ISG). The Exchange is a founding member and executive committee member of the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA).

​The NSE continues to evolve to meet the needs of its valued customers and to achieve the highest level of competitiveness.  It is an open, professional and vibrant exchange, connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world.

Nigeria’s first ever diaspora bond has raised $300 million

Nigeria’s diaspora population sent home $21 billion in remittances in 2015 and the government wants in on some of that cash. Through its first ever diaspora bond, the Nigerian government is looking to get its citizens living abroad to put some money towards funding part of its $23 billion record deficit budget. Issued last week at 5.625%, the five-year bond raised $300 million.  The bond was pitched to Nigerians living abroad as a chance to contribute to Nigeria’s development as the country looks to fund significant capital projects. It wasn’t initially clear how many Nigerians actually invested in the bond. Reports suggest the retail investment opportunity was only available via private banks and wealth managers, which are typically used by very wealthy individuals, and the investors may or may not be part of the Nigerian diaspora.