Panorama del sector financiero africano Financiación a largo plazo y mercados de capitales

Albert A. Agyemang-Badu
Muazu Ibrahim
Fernando Gallardo Olmedo
Guy Roger Menan
Juan Antonio Obregón
Hugues Kamewe Tsafack

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Publicado: feb 23, 2022
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Este trabajo es una continuación del primer artículo  resultado de la colaboración conjunta de la red universitaria AMENET y la Secretaría de Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A). Este segundo artículo se centra en el desarrollo de los mercados de capitales y las recientes iniciativas para atraer capitales a largo plazo al continente africano. Los mercados de capitales en África están todavía en sus inicios y reflejan el nivel de desarrollo económico del continente. Sin embargo, la evolución de la última década antes de la pandemia de COVID-19 pone de manifiesto su potencial de crecimiento. El número de bolsas de valores ha pasado de siete en los años ochenta a treinta en 2020. Las más grandes se encuentran en una fase muy avanzada de interconexión que ha aumentado la liquidez y la diversificación de productos. Varias iniciativas de desarrollo están promoviendo la integración y la interconexión para aumentar la liquidez y la profundidad de los mercados. El artículo explica también  los esfuerzos en curso para mejorar la disposición de los inversores institucionales a invertir a largo plazo en el continente.

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mercados financieros, mercados de valores, financiación a largo plazo, acciones
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