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The CMA noted that investors were promised returns of as high as 20 per cent. One alleged scam mastermind operating from Nakuru was said to collect funds of between Sh5,000 and Sh20,000 from clients while promising them a daily return of 10 percent from the day the money is invested
A Trading Account is a platform where traders can buy or sell assets. This is usually facilitated by a securities broker. This Trading Account is linked to a dematerialized account which holds investment assets like equity shares, bond securities, derivative contracts, CFDs, etc in an electronic form. This Trading Account is also linked to your bank account which holds the cash. So whenever a trader wants to buy more assets, they can directly transfer the funds from their bank account to the trading account.
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Derivatives are an investment tool whose value is derived from underlying assets like bonds, commodities, currencies, interest rates, market indexes and stock based on the expected future price movement of the asset. They allow investors to make a gain or hedge against losses by taking a bet on the future price movement. NEXT enables you to trade Equity Index Futures and Single Stock Futures.
Its services include valuation, consultancy, management and agency (letting & sales). The name has led many to mistakenly believe that the firm was named after a person known as Lloyd Masika.
In addition to executing trades, EFG Hermes One users can access real-time stock quotes; place, track, review, edit and cancel open orders. Users can also build, monitor, and customize equity watch-lists for individual stocks, stock portfolios and their investment portfolios in real-time.
NBV, which started out as a shoe-selling company behind the K-Shoe brand, has undertaken a shift in strategy since the entry of Dubai-based Delta International FZE which acquired an 84% stake in the business.
Kiprono Kittony, the NSE Chairman noted, “This oversubscription of the initial bond demonstrates the confidence investors have in Family Bank and affirms the importance of the corporate bond market as a key source of business financing.”