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The Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning  Dr. Ashantu Kijaji (centre) with the first winners of the Capital markets University Challenge 2016 Quiz and Essay Competition being awarded dummy cheque for TZS 1,800,000 each. From right are Riwa Collin Felix of Institute of Accountancy Arusha (IAA) - Male Essay, Clara Tarimo of Institute of Finance Management (IFM)  - female Essay, Brian Edward Chuwa of Institute of Accountancy Arusha (IAA) - Male Quiz, Verediana Lulaga Malulu of University of DSM Business School - Female Quiz. Looking on first right is the CMSA CEO Mrs Nasama Massinda and behind the Minister is the Representative of the Attorney General in the CMSA Board Mr. Matendo Manono.

The former Minister for Finance Honorable Saada Mkuya (with the head scuff) who was the Guest of Honor during the University Challenge Award Ceremony on (1st September 2015 at Hyatt Regency Hotel Dar es Salaam), in a group photo with a CMSA Board Member and Senior Staffs.

A combination of pictures portraying the University Challenge study visit to capital markets institutions in South Africa in early September 2015. On the left is the visit to the Financial Services Board of South Africa; and on the right is the visit to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange

The winners of the University Challenge attentively attending one of the presentations during the study visit to capital markets institutions in South Africa in early September 2015.

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The Capital Markets and Securities Authority (CMSA) is a Government Agency established to promote and regulate securities business in the country. It was established under Capital Markets and Securities Act, 1994.
The legal framework for the regulation of the securities industry is the Capital Markets and Securities Act, 1994 [Act No: 5 of 1994 as amended by Act No: 4 of 1997]. The Act is supplemented by various regulations that are promulgated by the Minister for Finance.  Read more..

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