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An international securities identification number (ISIN) is a 12-digit code that is used to uniquely identify a security’s issue e.g. shares, bonds, etc. This is currently the main method of securities identification worldwide.

The Nairobi Securities Exchange PLC (NSE) is the recognized numbering authority for issuing ISINs for Kenya, as authorized by the Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA).
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You can download ISIN files for Equities, Bonds and Derivatives.


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