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Nairobi Securities Exchange Sees More Than 25% Fall In FY Net Profit Attributable To Shareholders
Nairobi Securities Exchange FY Pretax Profit Of KSHS 240.8 Mln
Nairobi Securities Exchange Re-Appoints Geoffrey Otieno Odundo As Chief Executive
Nairobi Securities Exchange Limited is the securities exchange of Kenya that offers an automated platform for the listing and trading of multiple securities. The Company promotes, develops, supports and carries on the business of a securities exchange and discharges all the functions of a securities exchange. Its segments include Cash equities and interest rate market, Derivatives, Interest income and Other income. The Cash equities and interest rate market segment includes equities and bond trading fees, annual listing fees, and application and additional listing fees. Its Derivatives income segment comprises of income earned from futures trading. The Other income segment includes broker back office income, rental income, data fees and other incomes. The Interest income segment includes held to maturity investments, such as interest on treasury bonds, corporate bonds and term deposits. Its products include Exchange Traded Funds, Financial and Commodity Derivatives and Carbon Credits.
55 Westlands Road,,
P O Box 43633
Samuel Njuguna Kimani
Independent Non-Executive Chairman
Geoffrey Otieno Odundo
Chief Executive, Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director
Non-Executive Vice Chairman
Jane M. Kiarie
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee
Caleb Kivuva Musau
Operations & Technology Director, Member of the Executive Committee
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Kenya's Nairobi Securities Exchange launched the trading of futures contracts on Thursday, offering investors index futures and single stock futures of the most heavily traded companies on the bourse.
Kenya's Nairobi Securities Exchange has received regulatory approval to launch a derivatives market, the Capital Markets Authority said on Wednesday, and the exchange said it aimed to start futures trading in July.
The Nairobi Securities Exchange lifted a halt in trading in shares in KCB Group and National Bank of Kenya, which had been imposed earlier on Friday ahead of the announcement of a takeover bid for NBK by KCB. (Reporting by Duncan Miriri; Editing by Jan Harvey)
Kenya's Nairobi Securities Exchange said on Tuesday it had stopped trading of shares just before noon due to an unspecified technical hitch, adding it expected the issue to be resolved in time for Wednesday's session.
The Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) said on Wednesday it would extend the suspension of trading in ARM Cement until late September, after the firm was put in administration on Aug. 17.
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