Equities Market Status - Open Market Status - Closed
  RSI 109.04/ ALSI 147.96 RFW     
  BLR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  CMR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  RHB 526 RFW   +0.00  
  EQTY 440 RFW   +0.00  
  CTL 72 RFW   +0.00  
  USL 104 RFW   +0.00  
  NMG 1,200 RFW   +0.00  
  BK 230 RFW   +0.00  
  IMR 45 RFW   +0.00  
  KCB 370 RFW   +0.00  
  RSI 109.04/ ALSI 147.96 RFW     
  BLR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  CMR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  RHB 526 RFW   +0.00  
  EQTY 440 RFW   +0.00  
  CTL 72 RFW   +0.00  
  USL 104 RFW   +0.00  
  NMG 1,200 RFW   +0.00  
  BK 230 RFW   +0.00  
  IMR 45 RFW   +0.00  
  KCB 370 RFW   +0.00  
  RSI 109.04/ ALSI 147.96 RFW     
  BLR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  CMR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  RHB 526 RFW   +0.00  
  EQTY 440 RFW   +0.00  
  CTL 72 RFW   +0.00  
  USL 104 RFW   +0.00  
  NMG 1,200 RFW   +0.00  
  BK 230 RFW   +0.00  
  IMR 45 RFW   +0.00  
  KCB 370 RFW   +0.00  
  RSI 109.04/ ALSI 147.96 RFW     
  BLR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  CMR 120 RFW   +0.00  
  RHB 526 RFW   +0.00  
  EQTY 440 RFW   +0.00  
  CTL 72 RFW   +0.00  
  USL 104 RFW   +0.00  
  NMG 1,200 RFW   +0.00  
  BK 230 RFW   +0.00  
  IMR 45 RFW   +0.00  
  KCB 370 RFW   +0.00  

ABOUT US Board of Directors - Member

Member

Mr. Pierre Celestin RWABUKUMBA

Pierre Celestin RWABUKUMBA, a Rwandan national, is the current Chairman of the East African Securities Exchanges Association (EASEA) and Chief Executive Officer of the Rwanda Stock Exchange Ltd. He was the Co- founder and Chairman of Kigali Cement Company, a private company that produces, Markets and sells cement in Rwanda and neighboring countries. He is also a non Executive in a number of institutions in finance and business development, hospitality and industry in Rwanda and beyond. The list include the Securities Industry Training Institute (SITI East Africa) where he serves as Chairman, The Executive Committee of the African Securities Exchanges Umbrella Organization (ASEA), The New Faces New Voices – Rwanda and others. He is also involved in different investment projects ranging from Real Estate, Poultry and Agro – processing to Energy.

Mr. Rwabukumba started his career in financial services in New York City more than a decade ago after graduating from the University of Buffalo (UB), New York in the United States with A bachelors Degree in Economics. He worked in different professional positions as a stock broker, in Compliance and Operations and Institutional Investors’ Sales before he joined the Central Bank of Rwanda in 2004 to help start the Capital Market Development Project in Rwanda. Mr. Rwabukumba is a seasoned negotiator as he has been instrumental in different negotiations on regional integration of the East African Community. He has served on different Capital Market Committees both at the national and the regional level; the latest being the High Level Task Force negotiating the EAC Monetary Union. He completed an international post Graduate Advanced Management Program (AMP) for Executives at Strathmore Business School.

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