We have a broad based membership and seek to drive increased participation within Capital markets. Our core objective, is to promote the capital markets through policy advocacy, dialogue, and lobbying, standard setting and information dissemination. The vision is to provide an organized, structured and well-articulated forum for investment practitioners and market participants, to dialogue and network amongst themselves and with other stakeholders to drive efficient capital markets.

Members responsibilities:

Members must at all times uphold the code of ethics and code of standards of the association as well as the investment community in general. Members must at all times ensure that they do not bring the Association into disrepute and must act in good faith to the Association.

How do I become a member?

Membership is open to all persons, companies and organisations which support the objects of the association and which comply with one of the classes of members specified in this document, but no person may be admitted as a member of the association unless approved by the elected committee such as a Board of Directors. Any corporation or unincorporated association (a ‘corporate member ’) and any person 18 years or over (an ‘individual member’) may be admitted as a member of CMAZ.

A person who wishes to become a member must deliver to the association an application form containing such information, as the Board of Directors require.

Types of membership:

Individual Membership:
The Association may grant Individual Membership to a person who, in the opinion of the Association;

  • Any person is eligible to become a member of the Association if he or she; is 18 years or over;
  • is interested in promoting the objects
  • has paid the Association’s annual subscription (if any);
  • and whose application has been accepted by the Association

Corporate Membership:
The Association may grant Corporate Membership to a corporation that, in the opinion of the Association.

  • subscribes to the object
  • has paid the association’s annual subscription (if any);
  • Each Corporate Member will appoint an individual to represent it and to vote for it at meetings of the Association (‘the substantive’). It may also appoint another the alternate representative to attend when the substantive representative is unable.

Educational Membership:
The Association may grant Individual or Corporate membership to a person or an institution of higher learning such as colleges and universities respectively if, in the opinion of the Association;

  • Any person if he or she; is 18 years or over and a student of a learning institution;
  • An institution of learning is eligible to become a member of the Association if is interested in promoting the objects of the association;
  • and whose application has been accepted by the Association

Honorary Membership:

The Association may grant Honorary Membership to either individuals or Corporate for such period as it deems fit to corporate members of distinction who have made significant contributions to the objectives of the Association and Capital Markets in Zambia