The JSE will provide financial assistance to emerging black stock broking firms to support them in the sustainable growth of their businesses.
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Donna Nemer, Director of Capital Markets at the JSE.
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Less than 6% of JSE members are black brokers.— Donna Nemer, Director of Capital Markets at the JSE
We use the definition of ‘black’ used by the industry as a whole.— Donna Nemer, Director of Capital Markets at the JSE
We offer cash disbursement on a quarterly basis equal to 33% of what they pay us in equity trading and membership fees.— Donna Nemer, Director of Capital Markets at the JSE
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