FTSE partners with NSE for Kenya indices

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FTSE has partnered with the Nairobi Securities Exchange to develop indices for Kenya, which could precipitate the introduction of ETFs to the market.

Local regulations do not currently allow ETFs to be listed there but a change in regulations - expected imminently - could see the first ETFs listed in Nairobi as soon as the second quarter of 2012, according...

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