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The Somali Stock Exchange joins global body

The Somali Stock Exchange (SSE) has increased its capacity and commitment to Somalia’s growing economy with a place on the UN Sustainable Stock Exchange.

With a membership of 90 nations, the UN Sustainable Stock Exchange was designed to provide a unique, high-level platform to explore how the world’s exchanges can work together with investors, regulators and companies to create sustainable capital markets. They are designed to analyze, promote and foster communication on stock exchanges’ sustainability-related activities.

The Somali Stock Exchange sold its first shares on the 1st of September 2015 and, since that date, has gone from strength to strength, regularly participating in high-level events on the African continent and in June 2019 became a corporate member of the OIC’s Exchanges Forum.

Serving both Somali and global investors, the SSE offers financial solutions including corporate and government bonds. With a lively private sector, Somalia’s economy and its stock market are poised to benefit through knowledge transfers from global exchanges with mature stock markets.

For more information about The Somali Stock Exchange visit: http://www.somalistockexchange.so

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