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  • CBA Governor
    27/02/2019 - ThinkBusiness 1 Comment
    CBK Governor: Why removing Ksh 1 M threshold would collapse Kenya’s financial system

    CBK Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge, yesterday told the Parliamentary Departmental Committee on Finance and National Planning that it is impossible to change the amount that bank customers can deposit or withdraw from a bank because of the serious repercussions it would have on Kenya’s financial system.

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  • 26/02/2019 - ThinkBusiness 0 Comments
    BOA Kenya is now focusing on returns rather than market share.

    Bank of Africa is a subsidiary of Morocco's BMCE Bank. BCME holds 75 percent of the group. BMCE is the second largest bank in Morocco with a total asset of $ 20 billion and over 650 branches in Morocco. It also has ...

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  • NIC
    05/02/2019 - By David Cracknell 0 Comments
    Is Your Bank Going to Survive

    In his book Banks 3.0: Why Banking is no Longer Where You Go, but Something You Do, Brett King states that the rise of the millennial generation, the smartphone, mobile money, and financial technology are factors that ...

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  • 05/02/2019 - ThinkBusiness 0 Comments
    Specialized Credit Providers

    Mobile network providers have in the recent past been partnering with non bank institutions that directly offer solutions that incorporate credit, savings of insurance elements. The retail innovations make it easier for average income earners access loans to buy the products and services at affordable prices.

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  • 05/02/2019 - ThinkBusiness 0 Comments
    Kenya Bankers Association Head gives an Overview of Kenya’s Banking Sector.

    Advocacy for the banks is the key mandate for Kenya Bankers Association (KBA). Our policy articulation is backed up with research. Our other mandate is to steer efficiency in the banking sector. - Dr Habil Olaka, CEO KBA

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  • 05/02/2019 - ThinkBusiness 0 Comments
    Recalibrating for new standards

    Most developing countries are striving to catch up with their more developed counterparts in putting in place appropriate measures to regulate their fiscal economies. The regulation of banks and their operations plays a big part in this regulation. This need for ...

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KCB: Leveraging the future on Fintech and SMEs 

In 1896 KCB, Eastern Africa's oldest and largest commercial bank started its operations in Zanzibar as a branch of National ...

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