Capital Markets

Ghana Capital Markets

The Ghanaian capital markets have a long road ahead. Expanding equity listings, promoting the languishing bond market and introducing more sophisticated products will remain as significant challenges in the coming years. Still, Ghana is fortunate to have at its disposal all of the tools necessary to meet these challenges head-on. The question remains, however, whether the country is able to develop a comprehensive strategy and build consensus among all stakeholders to see it through to the end. Should it be successful in creating such a strategy, it will reap the benefits both on the exchange as well as in the wider economy.

This chapter contains viewpoints from Kweku Bedu-Addo, Chairman, Ghana Stock Exchange; and William Adjovu, Managing Director, Liberty Capital.

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