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The Foreign exchange market is the biggest financial market in the world. At least four trillion dollars is traded on currency markets on a daily basis. This market is known for its volatility and high risk nature, which is why it is mostly traded by banks and big corporate. However a young South African trader has managed to crack it. Sandile Shezi has successfully learnt how to trade currencies and at just 23 he's become one of the youngest multi-millionaires in the country. Shezi now wants to empower other young South Africans to do the same. Sumitra Nydoo caught up with him.
CNBC Africa's Tshepho Modiba is joined by Franita Neuville, Advisory & Investment Management and Equity Market Development Lead for Africa at Thomson Reuters and we're looking at the recently released quarterly investment banking analysis for the Sub Saharan Africa region.
The Sub-saharan Investment banking confidence rose to 83 index points in the first quarter of this year compared with 79 points last year.
(www.abndigital.com) Africa is undoubtedly expanding, attracting more investment; more jobs are being created; more people are being educated and technology is certainly advancing. With that, people are pulling their money out from under their mattresses and putting it into banks. In sub-Saharan Africa, local and Western banks' profits were about $2.6 billion in 2009, and that's excluding South Africa. A good sign for the potential investor, but on the other hand, the impact of regulatory developments and increasing competition could begin to reduce the number of banks.
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Africa has a unique opportunity to attract strategic, job-creating investment as long as the right conditions are in place.
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"We are convinced that Africa harbours enormous potential for growth. Yet in order for this potential to unfold, there is an urgent need for local infrastructure." Joseph Mbuyi, Director of KfW IPEX-Bank's Representative Office in Johannesburg, and Christian Bevc, Global Head of Transport and Social Infrastructure at KfW IPEX-Bank, discussing investment opportunities in Africa. For further information go to: https://www.kfw-ipex-bank.de/s/enxEY_b
Nigeria restates support for ECOWAS Investment Bank Nigerian government has pledged more support for the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID). The government also commended the bank for its role as a sub-regional centre for commercial activity and project funding support. The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo noted that Nigeria’s leadership of the continent was not just about the size of its population or economy, but also because of its capacity to create opportunities for Africans across borders. Professor Osinbajo who addressed a gathering of Ministers of Finance in West Africa on Tuesday in Abuja applauded the contribution of the ECOWAS bank towards regional development. He said, “The bank must be commended for its catalytic growth in many game-changing investme...
Taking a concrete example of a company with a project to build a new generation of wind turbines, this educational video explains the services provided by a corporate and investment bank which enable the project to see the day. The four main services offered include providing strategic advice, organising the financing, helping the client manage financial risk and offering appropriate investment solutions. In this way, Societe Generale plays a role in financing the economy.
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Small and medium sized companies are set to benefit from additional lending from the European investment bank. The bank is looking to disburse about 27 billion shillings of new lending to east Africa’s this year. The EIB gave 10.5 billion shillings financial support to regional private sector investments in Africa in 2016. Kenyan entrepreneurs will access the EIB-backed loans directly from local banks. The Luxembourg-based lender says the fund is likely to give priority support to agricultural investments in Kenya in a bid to promote food security and create jobs. The EIB is the world’s largest international public bank. The long-term lending institution has supported investment across Africa for more than 50 years giving more than 22 billion euros across the continent. The international f...
Rony Lam, Chief Executive of MCB Capital Markets, aims at achieving premier investment banking status for the continent. Africa offers tremendous opportunities, with the current size of the bond market – worth about $ 450 billion – expected to double by 2020. MCB Capital Markets’ products and services portfolio also relate to IPOs. Differentiation as compared to major players active in the capital markets lies in importance given to collaboration with players knowing their domestic market better.