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  • Writer's pictureAnzetse Were

ESG Agreement with the Capital Markets Authority (Kenya)

Anzetse Were initiated and led the design of a technical assistance agreement grant between FSD Kenya and the Capital Markets Authority. The agreement is aimed at providing technical and financial support to strengthen the ESG policy and regulatory framework within the capital markets in Kenya. This landmark agreement was celebrated during a signing ceremony between the CMA and FSD Kenya on January 19, 2024.


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Anzetse Were shares a light moment during the signing ceremony with the CMA


The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) is charged with the prime responsibility of both regulating and developing an orderly, fair and efficient capital markets in Kenya with the view to promoting market integrity and investor confidence. The CMA is an independent public agency under the National Treasury and Economic Planning with the prime responsibility of supervising, licensing and monitoring the activities of market intermediaries, including the Stock Exchange and the Central Depository and Settlement Corporation(CDSC). It also regulates all licensees under the Capital Markets Act, including Online Forex, Commodities and Regulated Exchanges.







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