Tirana Stock Exchange

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Tirana Stock Exchange
Bursa e Tiranës
TIRANA STOCK EXCHANGE LOGO.jpg
Type Stock Exchange
LocationTirana, Albania
Founded1996
Key peopleAnila Fureraj (CEO)
Currency Lek
No. of listings4
Website tse.com.al

The Tirana Stock Exchange (Albanian : Bursa e Tiranës) is a defunct stock exchange in Albania. [1] It was located in the capital city, Tirana and abbreviated as TSE. The general manager of the stock exchange was Anila Fureraj.

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History

The TSE began operations as a department of Albania's central bank, the Bank of Albania, in 1996, concurrent with the establishment of the Albanian Securities Commission, with a full membership in the Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS). The market functioned as a department of the central bank until it was spun off as an independent entity in 2002. It is not currently functional as it has been shut down since 2014.

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References

  1. Koleka, Benet (19 October 2017). "New Albanian securities exchange sees trading start by year end". Reuters. Retrieved 19 February 2024.