GROWING KENYA’S CAPITAL MARKET INVESTOR ACCOUNTS – The road traversed
DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY-How it is breaking capital markets access barriers and creating unimaginable opportunities
Financial inclusion-A Pillar to Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation
Shareholders and investors forum on responsible and sustainable investing in Zimbabwe
WORLD POPULATION GROWTH
FIXING THE INVESTMENT CHAIN
From Where we are; To where we Should be.
Mrs C Mutangadura: Head of Legal Affairs and Company Secretary
Presenting at a church Inaugural Awards Ceremony on the 1st of March 2014.
SECURITIES & EXCHANGE COMMISSION and ASSET MANAGERS INAUGURAL MEETING PRESENTATIONS MADE BY THE SECZ CHAIRMAN, LICENSING OFFICER and HEAD OF SUPERVISION & SURVEILLANCE.
Critical Analysis of Challenges and Successes of Zimbabwe's Capital Market, presented by T.Chinamo, May 2013.
The Overall Mandate of the Securities and Exchange Commission in Zimbabwe and Globally, presented by N. Maferefa, September 2012.
Financing via the Issuance of Securities presented by T. Chinamo, July 2012.
Pensions and Capital Markets Development presented by Tafadzwa Chinamo, June 2012.
Corporate Governance in Quoted Equities presented by W. Bonyongwe, March 2012.
Regulatory Role of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Capital Markets presented by Tafadzwa Chinamo, February 2012.
The Securities Commission of Zimbabwe proposes the setting up of a financial services institute (Financial Services Institute of Zimbabwe) that will act as a standard setter in terms of minimum qualifications that will be required in order for an individual to participate in Zimbabwe’s financial markets as a broker, dealer, compliance officer, back office manager, custody officer, transfer secretary, investment analyst, corporate finance analyst etc. The institute shall also undertake short term programmes and workshops to expose market participants to current development in the international financial markets and the regulatory environment.