Tag: Kevin Brady

A2X CEO reflects on the last three years, COVID-19 & outlook on company listings

Three years after launching, South African stock exchange A2X now has 37 securities listed. The alternative stock exchange has five of the country’s top six brokers trading on the exchange, and a combined market cap of over R2.1 trillion. Joining CNBC Africa to unpack the journey and latest developments is Kevin Brady, CEO of A2X.

Kevin Brady: What Sasol’s secondary listing means for A2X

Sasol has been the latest company to join the list of others who are acquiring secondary listings on A2X exchange. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Kevin Brady, CEO of A2X exchange.

Renergen’s secondary SA listing gets approval

Emerging helium producer, Renergen Limited, has been approved for a secondary listing on A2X Markets in South Africa and will be listed on the 27th November 2019. The domestic natural gas producer is already listed with the Australian Securities Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. A2X Markets CEO, Kevin Brady joins CNBC Africa for more.

Absa lists metal ETFs on A2X

Alternative stock exchange A2X is one of the country's most popular exchanges after the JSE. Today it added Exchange Traded Funds to its platform with Absa signing on to be one of the first to offer three of its metal exchange traded funds. A2X CEO, Kevin Brady joins CNBC Africa for more.

A2X looks to build on solid 2018 with more high profile listings

A2X has been making big strides since starting its stock exchange just 15 months ago. Most recently, Santam announced its secondary listing. A2X CEO, Kevin Brady spoke to CNBC Africa reporter Kopano Gumbi.

A2X wins over Naspers listing

The South African media giant Naspers has listed on South Africa’s secondary listing stock exchange A2X. The listing has dramatically boosted the local exchange and will take effect from 27 December. Joining CNBC Africa to tell us more is Kevin Brady, CEO of A2X.

Trading kicks off on SA’s newest stock exchange

Trading kicks off on SA's newest stock exchange