4AX becomes SA’s second licenced stock exchange

By Janice Roberts

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4 Africa Exchange (4AX) is pleased to announce it has been granted an exchange licence by the Financial Services Board (FSB) to become the next licenced exchange in South Africa – catering for companies who seek a listings alternative.

Speaking on the granting of the new licence, CEO, Fay Mukaddam said: “We are delighted to have secured our licence. South Africa is a vibrant, growing market with enormous potential and we are confident that there’s a strong appetite for an additional licenced exchange to further develop and deepen the capital markets in the country.”

4AX seeks to be a truly South African empowered exchange with the vision of contributing to the country’s economic growth and prosperity by providing an effective marketplace for issuers to raise capital, meet the unique needs of retail investors, whilst attracting institutional trading in securities.

“South Africa requires the services of another stock exchange that is tailored to suit the needs currently not met by the amended legislative framework. It is our belief that 4AX can stand as a vehicle for diversity, which in turn, will drive real economic inclusion. We are pleased with the FSB’s decision to give us this opportunity.”

“It’s an exciting time. And, while much of the hard work has already been completed, this is the beginning of the next chapter as we begin our preparations to “go live” early 2017. With transparency, local economic development and affordability at the forefront of this vehicle, we hope to quickly become a force to be reckoned with, while raising the economic growth and financial development of South Africa,” concludes Mukaddam.

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