Embu Coffee Farmers Marketing Agency will henceforth operate as a fully licensed Coffee broker in Kenya
This is after the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) granted a full operational license to the agency to broker the commodity at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE).
The license is to ensure
Kenya Mortgage Refinance Company's (KMRC) first tranche of the Medium Term Note (MTN) was oversubscribed by 480 percent to collect Ksh.8.1 billion. The agency had targeted to collect Ksh.1.4 billion.
KMRC had received approval from Capital Markets Authority (CMA) in January this year allowing the state
The Capital Markets Authority has approved Central Depository and Settlement Corporation (CDSC) to offer securities lending and borrowing (SLB) as it exits the sandbox.
The services will be offered in a live market environment after an extensive consultation was conducted by stakeholders and tested to ensure
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has issued a set of fresh guidelines on buybacks for listed companies in Kenya which were gazetted in November this year.
The guidelines are drafted to provide a basis for additional disclosure requirements in the spirit of investor protection and to
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has extended the
provisional licenses granted to four coffee brokers by a further 30 days from
September 30, 2021, in line with the Coffee Exchange Regulations, 2020.
The move is expected to allow CMA finalise confirmation of
full compliance of the four coffee brokers
Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has directed Nairobi Coffee
Exchange to admit five coffee brokers following their licensing to the trading
CMA chief executive Wyckliffe Shamiah says the licenses will
allow the brokers to participate in coffee auctions at the NCE commencing
September 7, 2021.
“The duly licensed coffee brokers communicated
The Capital Markets Authority
(CMA) has admitted acorn investment management limited to the regulatory
sandbox for one year.
CMA chief executive
Wyckliffe Shamiah says, the admission follows its development investment platform
christened ‘vuka’ which aggregates retail investors into asset backed financial
products such as real estate through a regulated and transparent
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has warned the general public and investors against engaging in any investment with Fxbitinvest, a cryptocurrency company.
According to CMA, the company has been luring the public to
invest in it with a promising return of 400 percent within six hours.
Cytonnn Investment is threatening to sue Capital Markets
Authority (CMA) over defamation against the brand arguing that the authority
was hurting the image of their brand and killing business.
In a letter to CMA Chief Executive Wycliffe Shamiah, Cytonn
argues that attacks by Shamiah are a threat to an
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has issued the first set of licenses to five coffee brokers in line with the Capital Markets (Coffee Exchange) Regulations, 2020.
This, according to CMA, will allow brokers to carry out the role of coffee brokerage services at the Nairobi Coffee