JSE signs memorandum of understanding with the Stock Exchange of Mauritius
Johannesburg, 17 September 2015: Today, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and the Stock Exchange of Mauritius signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) as a firm indication to foster the development of a strategic partnership. The MoU serves as the foundation in the areas of knowledge sharing and development of the South African and Mauritian capital markets.
The MoU signing took place at the Building African Financial Markets (BAFM) Seminar, hosted by the JSE and the African Securities Exchanges Association. The BAFM Seminar aims to promote growth in African financial markets by giving representatives from stock exchanges in key emerging markets, regulatory bodies, stockbroking firms and other interested parties the opportunity to learn about topical subjects in the area of capital markets.
Details of attached photograph: (Left) Sunil Benimadhu, CEO of the Stock Exchange of Mauritius; (Right) Nicky Newton-King, CEO of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange
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