The Rwanda Capital Market is now worth $4.2 billion, from $2.1 billion over the past couple of weeks.
Investors rate the market positively, despite being young and new.
In the video below, Jendayi Frazer, former U.S Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, who, with other partners, has ventured into a $10 million East Africa Commodities Exchange, gives us her perspective.
Her investment helps link farmers and producers of other goods to agricultural and financial markets..
Frazer, tells KT Press how she feels about the Rwanda Capital Market industry. “It started late, but t will be a first class.”
“It has the latest technology, an environment where the rule of law matters. There is trust, transparency and no corruption. It gives investors confidence,” she says.
View video below