CISNA, in collaboration with the Johannesburg Stock Exchange Commodities Exchange and the Zimbabwe Mercantile Exchange, is hosting a webinar on Commodities Exchange on 25 January 2024 at 10:30 (SA Time).
The agenda is as follows:
- Welcome and Introduction by Mr Kenneth Matomola, CISNA Chairperson
- Background by Ms Grace Berejena, Chairperson of the CISNA Capital Markets Sub-Committee
- Overview of Commodities Exchange & the JSE Commodities Exchange by Ms Anelisa Matutu, JSE Commodities Exchange
- Overview of Zimbabwe Mercantile Exchange by Mr Garikayi Munema of the Zimbabwe Mercantile Exchange
- Q& A and Way forward
- Closing by Dr Grace Muradzikwa, CISNA Vice Chairperson
Ms ANELISA MATUTU
Anelisa Matutu is the Head of Commodities at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) with experience spanning over 15 years in stock market and financial services. In her current role, Anelisa manages growth strategies, operational and divisional outputs, and is responsible for product development and innovation in the commodities market.
Prior to her current role, Anelisa was the Manager for Commodities and a Senior Commodities Specialist in the Capital Markets. Before this, she served as a Commodity Derivatives Officer in Commodity Derivatives.
Anelisa holds a master’s degree in business administration and a postgraduate diploma from GIBS Business School she received a BCom undergraduate degree from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.
Mr GARIKAYI MUNEMA
Garikayi Munema is the General Manager at Zimbabwe Mercantile Exchange (ZMX). He is responsible for all aspects of the exchange including participants on-boarding, trading & settlement, general operations and compliance.
Garikayi is an Executive Director of Escrow Group, the founding shareholder and operator of the ZMX platform. ZMX offers a completely automated platform for the trading of agricultural commodities such as grains and oilseeds and is currently working on introducing livestock and horticulture.
Before joining Escrow Group, Garikayi worked for an international bank and has wide experience in both the financial and capital markets.
To attend the webinar, please register via the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Webinar-CommoditiesExchange
Further details: Webinar on Commodities Exchange – cisna Secretariat Site