ASEA was established in 1993 with the Nairobi Securities Exchange as the first member followed by the Stock Exchange of Mauritius, Uganda Securities Exchange and Dar-es-Salam Stock Exchanges. Currently the Association is represented by 25 Exchanges serving 37 African countries.
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