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CMA Steps Up Quest For a Kenya National Real Estate Investment Trust

The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) in collaboration with Sanduku Investment Initiative, Association of Pension Trustees and Administrators of Kenya (APTAK) and the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) has made significant progress towards the creation of a  Kenya National REIT (KNR).

CMA Extends Nairobi Coffee Exchange License

The Capital Markets Authority has extended the in-principle approval granted to the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) to continue operating as a coffee exchange to 30th April, 2023. The approval had been extended to 31st December 2022.          

Listed Companies Urged To Adopt Sustainability Reporting

Listed companies have been urged by the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) to adopt sustainability reporting to enhance their profitability and attract investors. 

CIC Asset Management Retails Lead In Unit Trust Investment Market

CIC Asset Management has retained its leading position in unit trust investment in Kenya, with a 40.46% market share. The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) second quarter 2022 report shows that CIC Unit Trust scheme market share is the largest with assets under management topping...

Is It Safe To Trade Forex In Kenya?

There are risks associated with forex trading, one major risk being the risk of losing your entire capital. But you can definitely reduce your third-party risk associated with brokers by understanding what a legit forex broker should do and have.

Markets Regulator Wades Into Cytonn Investments Saga

Cytonn Investments Saga: In line with its investor protection mandate, the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has cautioned investors against investing through unlicensed and unapproved entities. CMA Chief Executive Wyckliffe Shamiah advised investors to use licensed and approved institutions who offer and promote regulated products to...