Access the right intel to make the right decisions for your business growth with third-party data from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).
The largest exchange on the African continent (and the 18th largest in the world) JSE offers secure and efficient primary and secondary markets across all asset classes. The JSE has over 170 indices across a wide variety of methodologies and investment criteria; and can develop custom indices to suit your needs.
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JSE offers three boards for companies to list and raise capital, the Main board and AltX for Equities, and the Bonds or Debt/Interest Rate market.
The equity market is where shares are bought and sold, and the Bonds market is where investors buy the debt of a company and not the shareholding or ownership. JSE lists local and foreign companies, giving investors access to more than 800 listed securities and approximately 400 listed companies, together with 60 equity market member firms.
JSE also offers derivative markets, market data solutions, indices, ETFs and clearing and settlement. The JSE also serves as a market and issuer regulator.
The JSE is about making the right connections to further growth and prosperity for all.
Since its founding in 1887, JSE has created opportunities for buyers and sellers to connect. In 130 years the exchange has grown to become the largest stock exchange in Africa, providing a world-class platform to trade globally and bringing the best an exchange has to offer.
JSE is fully electronic, offering secure trading with internationally recognized and awarded regulation, trading and clearing systems, settlement assurance as well as risk management.
The exchange is a proud member of the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) and holds the Chairmanship of the Association of Futures Markets (AFM). JSE is supervised by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)) and is licensed to operate under the Financial Markets Act, 19 of 2012.
To ensure sustainability is a key priority for businesses in Africa, JSE launched the first exchange-sponsored sustainability index in the world; this index measures companies on indicators related to environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices.
JSE was also the first stock exchange to include integrated reporting in our listing requirements to ensure good governance is practiced by the companies listed on the exchange with a focus on more than just profit.