Despite challenges from shareholders, the JSE’s leadership seems confident that it is doing all it can to stem the tide of delistings from the exchange. That said, management remains open to new ideas.
The JSE is considering the establishment of a dedicated technology bourse, it is reconsidering the requirement that the public holds 20% of every listed equity, it is exploring ways to simplify listing and reporting requirements, and it is actively building its feeder market. These are all measures to stem what has been dubbed the terminal decline of South Africa’s primary stock exchange. Click here to read more