The Prime Minister, Anastase Murekezi has requested members of African Securities Exchanges Association to strive for enhancing entrepreneurs to realize own development and create new jobs. He made the request yesterday as he inaugurated the 20th meeting of African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA) held in Kigali from 27th to 29th November 2016.
Murekezi said that Rwanda is delighted to host the meeting aimed at supporting African Security Exchange to becoming competent internationally.
“We should not forget that our shared goal is supporting the advancement of our countries’ economies to overcome current obstacles. Our shared goal is to make all the necessities in helping our entrepreneurs to attain needed wealth for their progress and job creation capacities,” he said.
“To become more resilient, African Securities Exchange needs to play a vital role in supporting Africa’s economy,” he added.
He encouraged participants to share their expertise with new comers in the sector.
The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning (MINECOFIN), Ambassador Claver Gatete who also attended the meeting stressed the role of Security Exchanges in Africa’s economy through providing means of getting money used in long term investment.
The 20th meeting of African Securities Exchanges Association has brought together more than 300 regional and international experts, heads of stock exchanges, investors and other heads of government from ASEA member states.