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Uganda Securities Exchange approves demutualization and now eyes self-listing

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Uganda Securities Exchange approves demutualization and now eyes self-listing

Uganda Securities Exchange approves demutualization and now eyes self-listing

Posted on October 12, 2017 by ASEA Secretariat

The Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) has received formal approval from the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) to operate as a demutualized entity stock exchange in accordance with the requirements of the Capital Markets Authority [Amendment] Act 2016 and the Capital Markets Authority [Establishment of Stock Exchange] [Amendment] Regulations 2016.

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