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Deepening local participation in Kenya’s capital markets

On October 3rd, 2018, africapractice hosted its inaugural quarterly investor relations (IR) roundtable with a select group of industry experts at the Capital Club, Nairobi. The event focused on ways in which to improve local participation in Kenya’s capital markets.8 senior capital market participants, including fund managers, investment advisors and executives attended. 

In this note, we showcase some of the key perspectives shared during the discussion and outline some of the conclusions from the debate.

Download the note here 

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