BoG launches Sandbox pilot

The bank and the innovator are able to assess the usefulness, viability and safety of innovations through shared understanding of their respective interests.


Analysing Financial Accountability Trends at FMBN

The perennial breach of financial rules, which are designed to foster public trust in the handling of public funds, by government agencies is a serious and worrisome practice that deserves concerted efforts by all relevant stakeholders to tackle.


SEC urges mentoring to sustain sound banking

The SEC boss stated that to be a successful professional, one must be ambitious, willing to go the extra mile, try to be a value enhancer and must be outstanding.


Parliament advisory warns over digital loans

These loans typically solve short-term liquidity problems in households and small businesses but are not significant enough to facilitate long-term investments amongst borrowers.


AfDB bans Kenyan company over fraud

The debarment renders the company and its affiliates ineligible to participate in AfDB-financed projects during the three-year period.


Kenya to raise debt ceiling again as headroom reduces

“The formulation of this strategy has been on a background of public debt stock fast approaching the statutory ceiling of Sh9 trillion set out in the Public Finance Management Act, 2012,” Treasury officials wrote in the debt strategy paper fo


How credit bureaus are breaking the pot to kill a snake

According to the regulator, Central Bank of Kenya CRBs, “seek to enhance consumer protection for borrowers, expand the sources of information and ensure the sustainability of the credit information sharing as a key tool to bridge the information gap


KPMG to pay ex-boss Sh379m for illegal sack

Justice Tuiyott knocked out Sh35.5 million on account of profit initially awarded to Mr Ndung’u by the arbitrator. The judge also reduced special damages by Sh661,430 and aggravated damages of Sh2.7 million.