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Our Achievements

Won Capital gains tax case in court this helped retaining investors who were thinking to go to other markets that do not charge/deduct CGT.

Partnered with other stakeholders on M-Akiba bond from the start to date, its uptake was encouraging with over 100,000 subscribers.

New four subcommittees formed 2017 meets regularly for creative ideas that will improve our role in our capital markets industry.

Increase from four to eight board members with wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise of our Capital market will help harnessing our role.

New members that have joined us is an indicator of positive growth of our industry.

Actively participation in CMA open day and Career fair in various institution is helping investor education.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) buying food, personal effects for children at Dagoreti Children home visit in 2010, the article was well covered in print media this improved  image for our members and us to the public and motivated investors.

Advocacy

Lobbying

Union

Market Growth

Investor Education

Code of Ethics

Investor Protection

Investor Education

  • Stop Order : 

    A stop order is one placed by an investor with a stockbroker to buy or sell shares at a particular price (stop price) or better.

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  • Renunciation : 

    This is the act of giving up the right to subscribe to allotted shares in a rights issue.

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  • Sector : 

    A sector is a group of securities e.g. shares, traded within the stock market that share similar characteristics. Example; Kenya Airways and Uchumi Supermarket are both in the Commercial and Services Sector while Athi River Mining and Bamburi Cement are both in the Construction and Allied Sector.

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  • Record Low : 

    This is the lowest historical price level reached by a security e.g. shares, or index during trading. The record low is recorded regardless of whether it is the closing price.

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  • Dividend : 

    This is the portion of the listed company’s profits that is paid directly to shareholders. The dividend is usually quoted in shillings per share and is declared and approved at the annual general meeting of the company. The board of directors decides the dividend to be paid out. A listed company is under no legal obligation to pay dividends. It is also referred to as Dividend per Share, DPS.

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