Creating a Commodities Ecosystem to deliver efficiencies across the grain and legume crops value chain in Ghana supported by strategic partner GMEX Group Accra, Mauritius, London, 22nd November 2017. Ghana Grains Council (GGC) and FinComEco, the fully integrated Financial & Commodities Ecosystem providing services, financing, capacity building and enablement solutions from supply to demand, have […]
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Delivering an integrated Financial & Commodities Ecosystem efficiently linking supply to demand Maputo, London, Mauritius 12th July 2017. Institute of Cereals of Mozambique (ICM), responsible for regulating and promoting agricultural production and commercialisation in Mozambique under the remit of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, announced the signing of a collaboration agreement with FinComEco, the […]
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Providing global support and services for expanding group of partner organisations London, Mauritius 7th June 2017.. GMEX Group, a global provider of multi-asset exchange trading, post trade business solutions and technology today announced the opening of its regional headquarters in the Mauritius International Financial Centre (IFC). Additionally, its newly launched initiative with partners, FinComEco, the […]
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Hirander Misra, Chairman & CEO of GMEX Group and Deputy Chairman of FinComEco talks to MBC news in Mauritius about the companies’ plans there to establish in the International Financial Centre and use it as a Fintech hub.
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Codel, the digital notary service provider, today announced a partnership with GMEX Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of GMEX Group, and provider of multi-asset exchange trading and post trade technology solutions
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Women smallholder farmers form the backbone of Malawi’s agricultural workforce, yet their average productivity per hectare still remains far lower than that of their male counterparts. In this article, Mike O’Hara and Nicola Tavendale of The Realization Group discuss with Hirander Misra of GMEX Group and FinComEco, Kristian Schach Møller of the Agricultural Commodity Exchange […]
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The backbone of Malawi’s economy remains its agricultural output, with smallholder farmers in turn forming the vast majority of this sector’s workforce. Yet while agricultural production forms some 39% of the nation’s GDP, its smallholder farmer workforce continues to face a number of constraints.
http://www.fincomeco.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/GMEX.jpg145145Christine Richinhttp://www.fincomeco.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/FCE_logo.pngChristine Richin2017-05-08 08:30:182017-05-08 08:31:08A New Approach: Improving Smallholder Farmers Prospects in Malawi and Beyond in Sub Saharan Africa