Tag: Celestin Rwabukumba

Tanzania, Rwanda & Uganda to connect regional stock markets electronically

Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda are set to start trading as a single market before the end of this year, after the Three East African countries joined forces to implement a World Bank-funded financial project that aims to connect the regional stock markets electronically. Celestin Rwabukumba, Chief Executive Officer, Rwanda Stock Exchange joins CNBC Africa for more.

COVID-19: RSE CEO on reopening the 15 year Rwanda govt. bond

The government of Rwanda is reopening a 15 year government bond as it seeks to recover from the economic shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic. Rwanda Stock Exchange CEO, Celestin Rwabukumba joins CNBC Africa for more.

Health care group RH Bophelo lists on the Rwanda Stock Exchange

South African multi-million health care company, RH Bophelo today cross-listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchange, making it the 9th company to be listed on the RSE stock market. This comes at a time when another South African company, Cimerwa PPC is also planning the same move. Celestin Rwabukumba, CEO, Rwanda Stock Exchange joins CNBC Africa for more.

RSE CEO Rwabukumba on importance of women’s participation in stock markets

For the 6th consecutive year, the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) joined about 80 exchanges across the world to ring the bell to mark the International Women’s Day 2020. The annual event aims at raising awareness on gender equality, women’s economic empowerment and sustainable development. CNBC Africa’s Tesi Kaven had a conversation with Celestin Rwabukumba, CEO of Rwanda Stock Exchange on the significance of this event.

RSE hits $1bn mark – Here’s how it plans to increase domestic growth by 20%

By the end of 2019, Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) had surpassed $1 billion in trading marking a major milestone in its eight-year history. According to RSE, some $761 million have been raised in the primary market while $306 million has been traded on the secondary market. Also, the Rwandan government and the World Bank announced during the summit that they will be launching a 3-year, fixed-rate, RWF-denominated bond worth $40 million at the London Stock Exchange. Celestin Rwabukumba, CEO of Rwanda Stock Exchange joins CNBC Africa for more.

Rwanda’s latest company earnings results

Rwanda's latest company earnings results

The rise of cryptocurrencies in Africa

The rise of cryptocurrencies in Africa

Bitcoin’s big opportunity in Africa

Bitcoin's big opportunity in Africa
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