Barclays Africa Group Financial Markets Index 2017 - Corporate and ...

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Barclays Africa Group Financial Markets Index 2017

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The Barclays Africa Group Financial Markets Index was produced by OMFIF in association with Barclays Africa Group Ltd. The scores on p.7 and elsewhere record the total result (max=100) of assessments accross Pillars 1-6. For methodology see individual Pillar assessments and p.34-35. OMFIF conducted extensive quantitative research and data analysis with additional data input from Barclays. Qualitative survey data were collected and analysed by OMFIF with significant incountry expertise provided by Barclays. The report was written by OMFIF, with Barclays acting in an advisory capacity. © 2017 Barclays Africa Group Ltd. and OMFIF Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Barclays Africa Group Limited Barclays Africa Group Limited (‘Barclays Africa Group’ or ‘the Group’) is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and is one of Africa’s largest diversified financial services groups. Barclays Africa Group offers an integrated set of products and services across personal and business banking, corporate and investment banking, wealth and investment management and insurance. We are strongly positioned as a fully local bank with regional and international expertise. We are committed to Shared Growth, which for us means having a positive impact on society and delivering shareholder value. Barclays Africa Group operates in 12 countries, with approximately 40 000 employees, serving close to 12 million customers. As of June 2017, Barclays PLC is a minority shareholder in Barclays Africa Group. The Group registered head office is in Johannesburg, South Africa and owns majority stakes in banks in Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania (Barclays Bank Tanzania and National Bank of Commerce), Uganda and Zambia. The Group also has representative offices in Namibia and Nigeria.

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Acknowledgements Barclays Africa Group Ltd Jeff Gable, Chief Economist George Asante, Managing Director and Head of Markets (Africa ex. SA) Garth Klintworth, Head of Markets OMFIF Danae Kyriakopoulou, Chief Economist and Head of Research Ben Robinson, Senior Economist Bhavin Patel, Economist

The authors consulted policy-makers, regulators and market practitioners across African financial markets in writing this report, whom we thank for their views and opinions.

Omotola Abimbola, Investment Analyst, Afrinvest Securities, Nigeria Tayo Adewale, Vice President, Equity Capital Markets, at Stanbi