The first Strategic Plan of the Authority (2002 -2005) was developed and launched in 2002 with a seven-prong reform agenda; In November 2006, the Authority reviewed the Capital Markets Strategic Plan: 2006-2010 representing comprehensive plans of action aimed at strategic positioning, broadening and deepening the capital markets and making Kenya a leading financial center in the region. The Strategic Plan was developed in line with the tenets of Kenya Vision 2030. The 2009 -2013 outlined a nine-prong reform agenda, highlights of some main milestones realized and a sequence of the reform measures and action plan for the plan period.
The nine-prong reform agenda included the following: -
- Development of financial products and services
- Establishment of robust, facilitative, legal and regulatory framework that conforms to international best practice.
- Strengthening the professional and corporate image of the Authority.
- Enhance capital market infrastructure and institutional arrangement.
- Strengthening professional and operational capacity of market institutions and intermediaries
- Promote investor education and public awareness.
- Develop high performing human capital and promote positive corporate culture
- Build strategic alliances.
- Enhancing effective and efficient utilization of Information Communication Technology. (ICT)