Speaking to the Star, NSE chief executive Geoffrey Odundo said they are planning to come up with a mobile app which will break down complex capital market information for ordinary Kenyans. We will leverage on these gains to launch the NSE app and SSD code where users will access simplified information on how to invest in capital market,’’ said Odundo. Kenya will from Thursday this week host the Africa Security Exchange Seminar, bringing together 28 stock exchanges in the continent. Odundo said Kenya is honoured to host the seminar which will bring together the best brains in the African financial sector and financial technology space. Expect top-notch insights on capital market investment as we prepare investors for greater growth in the sector through technology," said Odundo.
Source: The Star April 16, 2018 21:00 UTC