About us WELCOME TO ASEA We are an association of 27 African Security Exchanges with the aim of unlocking African markets and economies! Read More MEMBERSHIP ASEA’s Membership is composed of Exchanges within the African continent and entities affiliated or that have an interest in the African Capital Market.

About ASEA

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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To engage African capital market ecosystems in order to foster capital mobilization, promote sustainability, and...

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  • Soe Listings — Is There A Business Case For Africa?

    This note is a follow-on analysis to the World Bank’s Listing State-Owned Enterprises in Emerging and Developing Economies Report (2021). It is based on the fndings of the report and identifes the strengths, weaknesses, as well as opportunities and threats (SWOT) for listing state-owned enterprises (SOEs) across Africa. Given the continent’s rich diversity, we do

    June 25, 2021
  • Listing State-owned Enterprises In Emerging And Developing Economies

    Well-developed local capital markets play a crucial role in the financing of sustainable economic growth and the maintenance of financial stability. Local capital markets can improve the availability of long-term financing, allowing companies to better manage interest rates and maturity risks that are associated with long-term investments, such as for equipment, machinery, land, and buildings.

    June 25, 2021
  • SIGNATURE100 2021

    The African Decade of Leadership The last 5 years across the world, business and political leaders have indeed witnessed the rise of deglobalization, paving the way for protectionism policies from the biggest economies, initially known to have united and facilitated global trade. This in fact spurred a trade war between the world two biggest economies

    April 27, 2021