PRESS OFFICE: african|markets
The african|markets team is proud to announce the launch of the public version of the Research Hub (hub.african-markets.com), an Africa-focused research distribution platform that connects investors to some of the best equity analysts covering Africa’s frontier markets.
Built for analysts, investors, academicians, and corporate insiders, the intuitive platform gives access to company, market, and sector reports, as well as stock recommendations from brokers across the continent. The carefully selected research helps readers better understand Africa’s business environment, identify, and assess investment targets.
The Research Hub has more than 200 reports from 20 partner brokers in Botswana, Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Zimbabwe. The number of reports available will continue to increase as more research providers join the initiative. The ultimate goal is to cover all the companies listed on the 27 member exchanges of the African Securities Exchange Association (ASEA).
The Research Hub complements African-markets.com, the company’s primary platform started in 2012 and run by Romuald Yonga and Jean-Julien Ilunga, two former BNP Paribas bankers. Passionate about African equities, frustrated by the lack of information available on African stock markets, but convinced about the presence of opportunities in those thinly traded markets, they launched a platform with the clear mission to help investors build strong investment theses. African-markets.com provides news, market data, company regulatory filings and annual reports on 1,100+ companies listed on 17 markets across the continent.
african|markets is a provider of financial market data, news, analysis, and research focusing on Africa. Our goal is to deliver and provide the latest information and analysis on economies, companies, and industries in the region.
At african|markets, we aim to boost market activity in Africa by improving data and intelligence dissemination. We provide analysts, consultants, and students with historical market data, annual reports, and research papers to help them understand African equity markets and build strong investment cases.