Ghana Stock Exchange receives ISO certifications
The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) has received certification for both the ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 22301:2019 standards from the International Standards Organisation (ISO). These certifications acknowledge the GSE's dedication to adhering to best practices in information security and business continuity management systems.
Abena Amoah, the Managing Director of the GSE, expressed her satisfaction with achieving this significant milestone. She emphasized the teamwork and effort put forth by the GSE team during the rigorous evaluation process. Amoah stated, "The GSE remains committed to providing a secure and reliable platform for all market participants, enhancing investor confidence, and promoting Ghana as an attractive destination for investments."
The GSE emphasized its ongoing commitment to continuous improvement in processes, personnel, and technology in alignment with these international standards. This commitment aims to ensure robust and dynamic operations in the capital market.
The Ghana Stock Exchange's certifications are crucial as they underscore the commitment to international best practices in information security and business continuity. Achieving these certifications demonstrates the exchange's dedication to maintaining a secure and reliable platform for market participants, fostering investor confidence, and positioning Ghana as an attractive investment destination. The ISO certifications validate that the GSE has implemented robust measures for information security and business continuity management, ensuring the integrity and resilience of its operations. This recognition enhances the overall credibility of the Ghana Stock Exchange, reassuring investors, stakeholders, and market participants of its commitment to maintaining high standards and contributing to the growth and stability of the country's capital market.