Sadiq Tukur, Jamilu Shehu
The Profile and Significance of Listed Property Companies in Some Selected African Countries
Periodikum: Path of Science
Klíčová slova: Africa; profile; listed property companies; market value
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Anotace: This study investigates the significance and profile of Listed Property Companies (LPCs) in 10 African countries namely; Botswana, Egypt, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe respectively for the period of 10 years from 2006 to 2015., the profile and some key indicators of each respective country has been identified to determine the significance of each respective economy. The study uses secondary data obtained from Thompson Reuters DataStream to extract the number of companies in each country and their respective profiles. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze 64 Listed Property Companies using simple percentages. The study revealed that most of the African countries are Opaque with very few semi-transparent such as Kenya, Mauritius, and Botswana with the exception of South Africa which is the only transparent, the study further revealed that most of the companies are established between 2010 to 2015. Egypt has the highest number of property companies 29 represented by 45.31 % followed by South Africa with 16 Listed property Companies Represented by 25 % while Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia have the least number of companies with 1 each represented by 1.56%.