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The Kenya Bureau of Standards intends to adopt the International Standards as detailed here below:
Trade Affairs - Securities and other Related Financial Instruments

KS ISO 10962: 2015
Title:Securities and Related Financial Instruments- Classification of Financial Instruments (CFI Code)
Scope: This International Standard defines and describes codes for an internationally valid system to classify financial instruments. The classification system applies to financial instruments negotiated internationally as well as to domestic instruments. This International Standard is intended for use in any application in the trading and administration of securities in the International securities business.

The Closing date is in the next 4 Days on 2017-09-27

NOTE: Absence of any reply or comments shall be deemed to be an acceptance of the proposal for adoption and shall constitute an approval vote.

ISO 10383:2012
Title:Securities and Related Financial Instruments- Codes for exchanges and market identification (MIC)
Scope: This International Standard specifies a universal method of identifying exchanges, trading platforms, regulated or non-regulated markets and trade reporting facilities as sources of prices and related information in order to facilitate automated processing. The standard is intended for use in any application and communication for identification of places where; a financial instrument is listed (that is place of official listing); where a related trade is executed (place of trade) and where trade details are reported (trade reporting facility).

The Closing date is in the next 4 Days on 2017-09-27

NOTE: Absence of any reply or comments shall be deemed to be an acceptance of the proposal for adoption and shall constitute an approval vote.

ISO 18774: 2015
Title:Securities and Related Financial Instruments- Financial Instrument Short Name (FISN)
Scope: This International Standard defines and describes rules for an internationally valid system for building short names of any kind of financial instrument within a defined structure. This International Standard is intended for use in any application in the trading and administration of securities globally.

The Closing date is in the next 4 Days on 2017-09-27

NOTE: Absence of any reply or comments shall be deemed to be an acceptance of the proposal for adoption and shall constitute an approval vote.