“I am sure setting up of the International Financial Service Centre in Botswana will attract more such businesses in financial services, IT and manufacturing. I send my very best wishes to Bourse Africa Limited.”
Vishal S. Doshi
Honorary Consul of The Republic of Botswana in Mumbai
“Bourse Africa will seek to realize the historic promise of African economic integration on one hand, and on the other, to catalyse Africa’s increased engagement with international markets.”
Managing Director and CEO - Bourse Africa Limited
“The successful implementation on our continent of a proven financial and commodities trading platform of global repute will create new opportunities and innovation for many more Africans.”
CEO – Botswana IFSC
“Through Bourse Africa, we envisage a level playing field for African stakeholders in global financial and commodity markets. The exchange will bring to the continent modern financial instruments seen in other regions of the world.”
Managing Director and CEO - MCX
“The exchange will connect all major African countries to create a pan-African platform for trading within the continent and with rest of the world.”
Co-founder and Director - Financial Technologies Group
First Pan African Exchange and Ecosystem Infrastructure
Bourse Africa is Africa’s first continental spot and derivatives exchange, central counterparty clearinghouse and depository platform offering trade in commodities, currencies and other asset classes. Bourse Africa launches in mid-2012 with futures contracts on African currencies and commodities, plus spot trade for commodities of importance to countries of presence.
Bourse Africa represents a public-private partnership blending the best of Africa and Asia – the domain expertise and technology prowess of the Financial Technologies Group combining with the extensive knowledge and experience of esteemed African institutions.
Bourse Africa will serve financial and commodity market participants and investors, both African and international, to provide opportunities for physical delivery and procurement as well as hedging, arbitrage and investment. The exchange will catalyse improved performance in African commodity and financial markets through enhancing price discovery, market transparency, risk management, cross-border economic integration, finance and investment on the Continent.