Terms of Use

  1. By accessing annualreportsghana.com (ARG), you are indicating that you have read, acknowledge and consent to be bound by these terms of use. If you do not agree to these terms of use, do not access this website. Annual Reports Ghana reserves the right to change these terms of use and you are responsible for regularly reviewing these terms of use.
  2. Your continued use of annualreportsghana.com constitutes your agreement to all such terms of use. Your use of annualreportsghana.com may be monitored, and the resultant information may be used for its internal business purposes. ARG will refrain from sharing information on client usage to third parties.
  3. Unauthorized use of annualreportsghana.com, including, but not limited to, unauthorized entry into ARG's systems is strictly prohibited. You may not use ARG in any manner that could damage, disable, overburden, or impair annualreportsghana.com's service or interfere with any other party's use of ARG.
  4. The information and materials on annualreportsghana.com may contain typographical errors or inaccuracies. ARG reserves the right and without any notice requirement to change, improve or correct the information and materials on this website and to suspend and/or deny access for scheduled or unscheduled maintenance, upgrades, improvements, corrections or otherwise. 
  5. Any dated information is published as of its date only. ARG does not undertake any obligation to update or amend any such information. annualreportsghana.com may discontinue or change any product, service, information or material described in or offered on this web site at any time.
  6. ARG uses the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) to group the companies listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange according to industries to make it easier for financial analysts to compare the valuations of companies and also to build return and risk estimates for industries.
  7. Annual reports and prospectuses are directly sourced from the publicly quoted companies/collective investment scheme (preferably) in a soft format (PDF). In the event that soft versions are not available, hard copies are scanned and uploaded to annualreportsghana.com (NB: Scanned documents may take longer to download because of the huge file size. 
  8. Collective Investment Schemes licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission in Ghana generally fall under two broad categories: mutual funds (schemes that are managed by an asset management company) or unit trusts (which are typically constituted under a trust deed). Click here to access the complete list of licensed mutual funds in Ghana. Click here to access the complete list of licensed unit trusts in Ghana.
  9. Reports on collective investment schemes are usually sourced directly from the asset management company that is licensed to manage the mutual fund/unit trust. Occasionally, pricing information may be sourced from local newspapers such as the Daily Graphic and the Business and Financial Times (at least once a week). Presently, ARG does not independently compute the returns of mutual funds and unit trusts.
  10. Individuals and institutions can access up to five (5) annual reports, at no charge. Access to additional reports attract a fee. To access historical annual reports, please use our enquiry form or send an email clearly stating the name of the listed company and the financial year end(s) of the annual reports to info@annualreportsghana.com.

Annual Reports Ghana Team

Go Back

created by XDC Express