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KASIB's Acts and Guidelines

CMA Acts :

The Capital Market Authority Act

The Capital Markets Authority

Guidelines :

Corporate Governance Guidelines 2002

Corporate Governance Guidelines 2002

Kenyan Constitution :

The Kenya Constitution

Current Constitution of Kenya

Parliament Acts :

Central Deposit Act

Central Depositories Act 2000

Parliament Acts :

Central Deposit Act

Central Depositories Act 2000

Regulations :

The Central Depositories (Regulation of Central Depositories) Rules 2004

The Central Depositories (Regulation of Central Depositories) Rules 2004

Regulations :

The Capital Markets (Securities) (Public Offers Listing and Disclosure) Regulations 2002

The Capital Markets (Securities) (Public Offers Listing and Disclosure) Regulations 2002

Regulations :

The Capital Markets (Take overs and Mergers) Regulations, 2002

The Capital Markets (Take overs and Mergers) Regulations, 2002

Regulations :

The Capital Markets (Foreign Investors) Regulations 2002

The Capital Markets (Foreign Investors) Regulations 2002

Regulations :

The Capital Market (Licensing Requirements) (General) Amendment Regulations 2009

The Capital Market (Licensing Requirements) (General) Amendment Regulations 2009

Regulations :

Capital Markets (Registered Venture Capital Companies) Regulations 2007

Capital Markets (Registered Venture Capital Companies) Regulations 2007

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  • Guaranteed Bond : 

    This is a bond in which both the interest and the principal on the bond are guaranteed to be paid either by the parent company of the issuing company or by a better known and more creditworthy institution.

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  • Material Information : 

    This is information about a company that has not yet been made public but which would have an impact on the company’s share price once released. Examples include expansion plans, financial results or takeover bids.

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  • Nominee Account : 

    This is a type of account in which a stockbroker holds shares belonging to clients, making the buying and selling of those shares easier.

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  • Earnings per Share : 

    This is the portion of a company’s profit after tax that is allocated to each ordinary share. It is calculated by dividing the net profit by the number of ordinary shares. It serves as an indicator of the company’s profitability and is considered the single most important variable in determining a share’s price.

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  • Majority Shareholder : 

    This is a shareholder or group of shareholders who control more than half of a company’s shares.

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