Bond Markets & Exchanges Links

Joint External Debt Hub (JEDH) - (BIS/IMF/OECD/World Bank)

The Joint External Debt Hub (JEDH) brings together external debt data and selected foreign assets from international creditor/market and national debtor sources.

OECD - Public Debt Management

This group constitutes a unique policy forum for senior government debt managers to exchange views and experiences in the field of government debt and government securities markets.

African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI)

Launched in 2008, AFMI is an expression of commitment by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to contribute to domestic resource mobilization and bond market development on the continent. To achieve its objectives, AFMI has complementary pillars, namely the African Domestic Bond Fund, and the African Financial Markets Database.

BIS International Debt Securities Statistics

BIS compiles a number of quarterly statistics on securities markets, including international debt securities and domestic securities. Data are mainly derived from market sources and provide information on aggregates of amounts outstanding and new issues.

Bond Exchange of South Africa (BESA)

The BESA became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) on 22 June 2009, the operative date of the scheme of arrangement in terms of which the JSE acquired the entire issued share capital of BESA.

Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE)

The BSE is aimed at growing the market in terms of number of listings, market capitalisation and liquidity; providing excellent returns for its participants; attracting the most foreign portfolio investment; improving internal operations.

Cameroon - Douala Stock Exchange (DSX)

The DSX is the Stock exchange of Cameroon and is the role agent licensed to trade in, and sell to the public, stocks, shares, bonds and other investment products.

Cape Verde Stock Exchange (BVC)

The Cape Verde Stock Exchange, S.A. began activity in December 2005, after making changes to its systems which now renders it more modern and effective. It is structured in accordance with international standards.

Casablanca Stock Exchange

The Casablanca S.E. was established in 1929, with a vision of assisting in financing the country’s economic development, meeting the needs of market operators and developing the stock market.

Efficient Securities Markets Institutional Development Program Africa (ESMID)

ESMID Africa is a joint IFC and World Bank program funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) to develop well functioning securities markets to finance priority sectors such as infrastructure, housing and microfinance.

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