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The JSE Ltd (“JSE”) is licensed as an exchange under the Securities Services Act, 2004 and Africa’s premier exchange. It has operated as a market place for the trading of financial products for nearly 120 years.

 

In this time, the JSE has evolved from a traditional floor based equities trading market to a modern securities exchange providing fully electronic trading, clearing and settlement in equities, financial and agricultural derivatives and other associated instruments and has extensive surveillance capabilities.

 

The JSE is also a major provider of financial information.  In everything it does, the JSE strives to be a responsible corporate citizen.

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Limits, Standard:

A term applied to bodily injury and property damage insurance. A policy written with standard limits restricts the liability of the insurer to a specified amount. line In treaty reinsurance a line is equal to a ceding company’s retention. The capacity of a surplus treaty is normally described in terms of the number of lines it contains. The term is also loosely used to describe: _ a class of business, and _ an underwriter’s interest in a risk ...
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