Rwanda’s Capital Market (CMA) and Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the implementation of a qualifications-led licensing program for the capital market industry.
This aims at growing professionalism and promoting development in the capital markets in Rwanda.
CMA and CISI have agreed to work together to enhance and promote professionalism and professional standards in the financial services industry throughout Rwanda.
The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, visit this http://demainechiropractic.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-edit.php Claver Gatete said the capital market provides the best alternative for long-term financing for development initiatives sand promote the sector in general.
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Speaking during the event, the Executive Director of CMA, Mr Robert Mathu said the agreement will look to develop a special relationship to support practitioners attain, maintain and develop knowledge and skills and promote the highest standards of ethics and integrity in the securities and investment industry in Rwanda and the region.
He said this would made “qualifications more relevant to financial professionals working in Rwanda’s capital market sector.”
Helena Green, the International Manager at CISI stressed that the CMA and CISI will work together to provide a qualifications pathway for practitioners in differing job functions.
“The CISI’s internationally recognized qualifications will be the foundation for this. We are delighted to provide assistance for this certification programme which is an important step for Rwanda towards boosting the professionalism of its capital markets and enhancing its attractiveness as an investment destination in sub- Saharan Africa,” said Green.
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) was established by the Law No.11/2011 of 18/05/2011 to guide in the development of a capital market in Rwanda.
One of the statutory objectives of the CMA is to promote and develop the capital markets industry in Rwanda and investor education is one of the ways of attaining this goal.
The CMA’s vision is to be a key contributor to Rwanda becoming a competitive financial center through mobilization of long term capital and their mission is to nurture wealth by facilitating the development of an orderly, fair, transparent and efficient capital market.