To all young African women or let me say sheVestors out there, it’s time to get your finances in order and plan a greater future. You might be doing ‘good’ so far from reading financial books, but remember, 'Good is an enemy of Great'. It’s time to be great and excel beyond the ordinary. You … Continue reading sheVestorAfrica Storms Africa- ‘MEET&GREETAFRICA 2017’ right at your doorstep
Guest Post by: BOAKYE OGYEM EMMANUEL. ( 0261528542 / email@example.com)A few days ago, I decided to research Africa’s capital markets, and to my astonishment I realized that most of these markets were very resilient to exchange rate fluctuations and the debilitating effect of inflation. These findings fascinated my imagination and re-oriented my negative stereotypical perception … Continue reading African Capital Markets – The Potentials & The Lost Opportunities.
Just so you don't know:Mega African Capital Limited (“MAC”) announced that it has allotted 1,333,334 ordinary shares of GHS 3.00 each in the capital of MAC (“Shares”), which rank pari passu with the existing 7,308,135 ordinary shares in issue, pursuant to the offer for subscription of up to 1,333,334 (the “Offer”) in connection with MAC’s … Continue reading New Kid on GSE – Mega African Capital Ltd Listed.
Today is another Mutual Monday and welcome to my blog. In today’s post I would outline the various types of investment funds we have in Ghana and the fund managers of each. Mutual funds and Unit trusts are referred to as investment funds. Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a … Continue reading Mutual Monday: Investment Funds (Mutual funds & Unit Trusts) in Ghana.
Over thousands of companies are registered in West Africa. Most of which are registered in Nigeria, Ghana and Cote d' Ivoire. But despite the numbers, only thirty eight of West African companies made it to the list of Africa's Top 250 Companies. Africa's Top 250 Companies list is compiled annually by the African Business team … Continue reading Only 38 West African companies made it to the list of Africa’s Top 250 companies
The Manufacturing sector on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) include stocks like that of Unilever Ghana Ltd. (UNIL), PZ Cussons Ghana Ltd. (PZC), Aluworks Limited (ALW) and the Pioneer Kitchen Limited (PKL). PKL is no more listed on the GSE with effect from 26th March 2012 due to a sanction from the exchange for refusing to … Continue reading 1st Quarter Analysis of the Manufacturing sector on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Are we really sleeping? Then it is time to wake up.The Middle Class in Ghana, simply don't care. They find means to solve public problems in personal ways and just remain unconcerned, very quiet!! It's a culture problem, people say. Others say Ghanaians just think about their families and not the Public. Scholars blame it on … Continue reading Building the Economy: Middle Class of Ghana Unconcerned
Initial Public Offering which is popularly known as IPO comes about when companies issue new shares to the public to purchase as a source of raising capital. Ghana has a wonderful history of IPOs and since the inception of the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), there have been so many IPOs with an impressive performance in … Continue reading History of Initial Public Offers (IPO) in the Ghanaian Capital Market.