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MR BRIAN TEMBO -CEO for LUSAKA STOCK EXCHANGE

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Join us Tuesday night 10th December 2013 at 7pm GMT , 21:00hrs Zambian time when we feature Mr Brian Tembo CEO for Lusaka Stock Exchange (LUSE)

The Lusaka Stock Exchange is the principal Stock Exchange of Zambia. Founded in 1993, it is located in Lusaka. The LuSE is a member of the African Stock Exchange Association.

The formation of the Exchange was part of the government’s economic reform program aimed at developing the financial and capital market in order to support and enhance private sector initiative. The Lusaka Stock Exchange was also expected to attract foreign portfolio investment through recognition of Zambia and the region as an emerging capital market with potentially high investment returns. Another important role of the Exchange was to facilitate the divestiture of Government ownership in parastatals and realization of the objectives of creating a broad and wide shareholding ownership by the citizenry via a fair and transparent process.

The LuSE has made great strides since inception. It is now more than a platform for trading shares and bonds as demonstrated by some companies from across the spectrum of industry that have used it to raise the public capital for expansion and in the process sustained and created new products and jobs.

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