The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) had chosen the Egyptian Exchange (EGX) to offer a two-week technical training and support program for 13 FEAS representatives.
EGX has gone through quick progress, prompting other stock markets to move to benefit from the Egyptian expertise, EGX Chairman Mohamed Omran said.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA) Sherif Samy met the FEAS delegation to post it on the latest regulations and financial instruments in the Egyptian capital market.
The delegation comprises the chairman of the Namibian stock exchange, deputy chairman of Azerbaijan's and stock market directors at Croatia, Jordan, Oman, Syria, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Iran, Turkey, Zambia and Kenya.
According to an EFSA statement, the meeting took up the authority's role as a financial supervisor on non-banking financial activities.