The financial and investment ecosystem in Ghana is regulated by a body of laws including the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana.

Generally, all companies, including Propartners Exchange Limited, are established and guided by the Companies Act 2019, Act 992 (formerly Companies Code 1963, Act 179). Banks and other deposit-taking businesses are further regulated by various laws namely the Bank of Ghana Act 2002 (Act 612), BOG Amendment Act 2016 (Act 918), Specialized Deposit-Taking Institutions Act 2016 (Act 930), and Non-Bank Financial Institutions Act 2008 (Act 774).

The securities industry in Ghana is governed by the Securities Industry Act 2016 (Act 929), Foreign Exchange Act 2006 (Act 723) among others.

Propartners Exchange Limited operates within the bounds of the Crowdfunding Policy of the Bank of Ghana and submits fully to the guidance and restrictions of the Securities and Exchange Commission whilst awaiting a substantive equity crowdfunding regulatory framework.

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