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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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Investor Education

  • Strong Sell : 

    This is a strong recommendation by an analyst or stockbroker to an investor to sell shares in a particular company which he believes will soon be experiencing unfavourable financial performance or market conditions.

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  • Income Stock : 

    This is a stock with a solid record of paying consistently high dividends. The dividend yield is normally higher than the overall stock market.

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  • Cross Listing : 

    This is when a company lists its shares in a different exchange than its primary and original stock exchange.

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  • Investor : 

    An investor is an individual or institution that commits money to buy securities with an expectation of a financial return. The primary objective of an investor is to minimize risk while maximizing returns.

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  • Money Market : 

    The money market is a part of the capital market that is established to buy and sell short term financial obligations. Money market securities are generally very safe investments which return a relatively low interest rate and include short term treasury bills and certificates of deposit.

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