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    Interview with Jared Getenga,Chief Executive Officer Credit Information Sharing Association of Kenya

    Interview with Jared Getenga,Chief Executive Officer Credit Information Sharing Association of Kenya

    Credit Information Sharing (CIS) is a process where credit providers (such as banks, microfinance institutions, saccos, etc.) exchange information on their outstanding loans and advances through licensed Credit Reference Bureaus (CRBs). The CRBs are licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya. Through CIS, a lenders accesses reports from the CRB which informs them about the repayment patterns of a borrower. In other markets, CIS is also referred to as Credit Referencing or Credit Reporting, among other terms. In Kenya, as per the Credit Reference Bureau Regulations 2013, commercial and microfinance banks are mandated to share information on their entire loan books, meaning both up to date and late (overdue) repayment details of a borrower are shared. This data is submitted electronically on a monthly basis to the CRBs.

    • 14 min
    CMA Licenses Derivatives Trading Members

    CMA Licenses Derivatives Trading Members

    NSE launched Derivatives market in July 2019

    • 42 sec
    Kenya's Central Bank Introduces Mobile based bonds

    Kenya's Central Bank Introduces Mobile based bonds

    roll out of CBK-TMD designed to facilitate investment in government securities

    • 19 sec
    Interview with Wycliffe Shamiah, acting CMA CEO

    Interview with Wycliffe Shamiah, acting CMA CEO

    Mr. Shamiah took over the mantle from Mr. Paul Muthaura on 1st Jan 2020

    • 11 min
    Barclays Launches Kenya's First Vertical Card as Transition to ABSA gains pace

    Barclays Launches Kenya's First Vertical Card as Transition to ABSA gains pace

    Kenya's first vertical card launched by Barclays

    • 1 min
    Kenya’s Acorn Green Bond Starts Trading at LSE

    Kenya’s Acorn Green Bond Starts Trading at LSE

    This development comes days after the bond, worth KSh4.3 billion, started trading at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE).

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