The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), in its goals to change into an effective, world class stage for speculations and raising capital, has marked and traded a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE).
SCE, an office of the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, works intimately with Singapore’s 16 services and more than 60 statutory sheets to investigate and tailor potential answers for coordinate the requirements of outside governments, and help meet their improvement targets.
The update was to seal an understanding between the two gatherings for the SCE to offer help to the GSE in its endeavors towards limit building.
Notwithstanding promoting reciprocal relations among Ghana and Singapore, the marking comes as another progression in a progression of dynamic moves the GSE is making towards change and significance.
Under the understanding, the SCE will give warning administrations to change the current structure of the GSE towards demutualization.
This will be finished with accentuation on building the limit of the GSE with the objective of improved effectiveness, significance, and gainfulness.
Dr. Poh Ling Neo, Senior Director, Africa, SCE and Mr. Ekow Afedzie, Managing Director, GSE annexed their marks to the MOU. Mr Shanmugaratnam and the Minister of Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta saw the marking.
The MOU was a piece of exercises for the official visit of the Senior Minister of Singapore, Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam.