Malawi Stock Exchange (MSE) chief executive officer John Kamanga has said their participation in the upcoming African Securities Exchanges Associations (Asea) in South Africa will help Malawi sell itself to potential investors.
Asea, a premier association of 25 securities exchanges, including MSE, will be hosted by Johannesburg Securities Exchange (JSE) from November 15 to 17 2015.
Kamanga will be one of the key speakers at the conference and will present a paper titled How to Attract Global Sovereign Wealth Funds Investment into Africa.
He said on Sunday: “The meeting is important to the exchange as well as to the country as it will provide the platform to sell Malawi to high class international foreign portfolio investors who have the desire and interest of investing in Malawi through accessing the stock exchange by investing in either equity or bonds.”
Asea president Oscar Onyema, in a media brief said the conference will be another step in establishing the sustainable development of African capital markets.