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Happening Tomorrow at 10am! Join us as we drive the conversation forward on how you can position your business to attract investments for growth. Click bit.ly/3Rl5aF5 to register. #InukaSME
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Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) was registered as an Industry Association on 16th July 1962 by the Registrar of Trade Unions. Learn More: bankinghistory.kba.co.ke #BankingHistoryKE #KBAat60
KBA's #MyChatWithaBankCEO debuted in 2012 with then KBA Chairman Mr. Richard Etemesi. During #CEOChat sessions various bank CEOs engage the public on various banking industry topics. Previous Sessions: chat.kba.co.ke History: bankinghistory.kba.co.ke #BankinHistoryKE
Dr. Habil Olaka: @KenyaBankers Association is working closely with the National Treasury towards leveraging on the Credit Guarantee Scheme and the Moveable Properties Registry to facilitate further access to credit for enterprises, and particularly SMEs. (@HabilOlaka )
Are you looking to enhance your skills to attract investors for your business growth? Join us this Friday at 10am and expand your knowledge on how to be investor ready! Click bit.ly/3Rl5aF5 to register. #InukaSME
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In 2015, @KenyaBankers launched the Sustainable Finance Initiative e-learning platform. The portal provides a comprehensive online training designed to enable financiers to create long-term value. Learn More at bankinghistory.kba.co.ke #BankingHistoryKE
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The banking industry was at the heart of facilitating the economic recovery we saw in the year 2021. The 2021 total tax contribution was Ksh.129 Billion. This was the highest tax contribution by the industry over five-year period. - Alice Muriithi, @PwC_KE Associate Director.
Dr. @HabilOlaka: In a world where we have a scarcity of resources, be it financial, human, or physical, organisations run their operations by relying on their relational capital.. Full Article: nation.africa/kenya/blogs-op…
Various KBA member banks have over the years expanded Sharia-compliant banking services in Kenya. They include: Gulf African Bank,First Community Bank, and DIB Bank Kenya, all of which offer fully-fledged Islamic banking services. More: bankinghistory.kba.co.ke #BankingHistoryKE
In 2012, banks waived clearing costs for cheques outside of Nairobi, making the country one clear zone. Learn more bankinghistory.kba.co.ke @KenyaBankers #BankingHistoryKE
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Dr @HabilOlaka: Strategic leaders learn more from failure than from success and hence good leaders recognise the importance of learning from both success and failure. Read more: bit.ly/3QaZ7T2
Join the next cohort of #CyberShujaa Program! Enroll today for the ongoing September intake. For more information, and how to apply visit: cybershujaa.co.ke Key Dates: * August 14 - Application deadline * September 5 - Session commences
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Kenya Bankers Association was registered on 16 July 1962 as Kenya Bankers (Employers) Association - July 1962. Learn More bankinghistory.kba.co.ke #BankingHistoryKE @KenyaBankers
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To access the Total Tax Contribution of the Kenya Banking Sector 2021 report, click here: bit.ly/3bvCtpl #BankingTTC_Ke
KBA Tax Sub-committee Chair, Peter Mungai shares that the banking sector total tax growth(24%) outstrips KRA(21%) collections year on year. #BankingTTC_Ke
"Study participants collected KES 65.61 bn in 2021 compared to KES 46.6 bn in 2020. #BankingTTC_Ke
"The banking sector is directly supporting the recovery of these key sectors by deploying tailored lending strategies."
"58% year-on-year increase in excise duty collected by the banking sector." #BankingTTC_Ke
"26% of corporate taxes in Kenya are paid by the banking sector." #BankingTCC_Ke
Happening now: "The banking industry made a Total Tax Contribution of KES 129.52billion in the FY 2021 "-Dr @HabilOlaka ,CEO @KenyaBankers during the launch of Banking Sector Total Tax Contribution Report at Radisson Blu Hotel #BankingTTC_Ke @PwC_KE @MwangoCapital
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Dr. @HabilOlaka: Notably, the 2021 Total Tax Contribution of the 38 banks that participated in this study represents 6.82 percent of all government receipts compared to 6.9 percent in 2020. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: This demonstrates the resilience and recovery of the industry by the increase in volume and value of transactions in FY 2021 compared to FY 2020. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka:On excise duty, the banking industry experienced a 58% increase year on year in excise duty collected. The total excise duty on financial services collected by the banking sector stood at 9.27Bn and 14.67Bn in 2020 and 2021 respectively. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: This shows a significant contribution by the banking sector to corporate taxes. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: It is instructive to highlight that in 2021, the banking sector contributed 25.57 percent of total corporate taxes received by the government from all the sectors in Kenya compared to 24.20 percent in 2020. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: This is also a 23.59 percent increase compared to the 2020 contribution of KES 104.8 billion. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: As you will note from the findings of the FY 2021 Total Tax Contribution of the Kenya Banking Industry report, the banking industry made a Total Tax Contribution of KES 129.52billion which is the highest contribution in five years (2017 to 2021). #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: There is no doubt that this support played a key role in reinvigorating recovery. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: It is commendable that the industry collectively restructured loans worth KSh. 1.7 trillion between March 2020 and February 2021 towards supporting customers navigate through the pandemic. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: Banking sector liquidity closed the year at 56.2 percent in December 2021, compared to 54.5 percent in December 2020 and 49.7 percent in December 2019. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: The banking industry also continued to be sufficiently liquid and adequately capitalised demonstrating its resilience and continued ability to support private sector recovery. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: For the banking sector, asset quality continued to improve with the NPL ratio to gross loans declining to 13.1 percent in December 2021, from 14.5 percent in December 2020. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: These sectors include the hospitality industry, the aviation sector and the SME sector, whose operations came to a near halt at the peak of the pandemic in 2020. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: Following the relaxation of COVID-19 containment measures during the period under review, many sectors retuned to an economic recovery path. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: This is because it covers a period within which the economy experienced significant recovery, rebounding from the difficult market dynamics precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka:Tracking the banking industry’s total tax contribution to the exchequer between 2020 and 2021, this report is unique. #BankingTCC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: The ultimate goal of this analysis is to inform market and regulatory interventions that can be implemented to optimise the financial sector’s contribution to the economy from a data-based perspective. #BankingTTC_Ke
Dr. @HabilOlaka: I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you all to this launch of the 2021 Total Tax Contribution of the Kenya Banking Industry report. This report builds on its inaugural edition released in 2019and the second issue, which was published last year. #TTC
Mr. Peter Ngachu of @PwC_KE gives opening remarks commending @KenyaBankers on the collaboration on the #BankingTTC_ke report
Happening Now: Launch of the 2021 Kenya Banking Industry Total Tax Contribution Report. #BankingTTC_Ke
To access the State of the Banking Industry Report 2022 click, bit.ly/3Jn1saW. #StateofBanking
On Wednesday 03 August 2022, the @KenyaBankers together with @PwC_KE will release the 3rd edition of the Kenya Banking Sector Total Tax Contribution Report for the period ended 31 December 2021. #SaveTheDate #BankingTTC_Ke @MwangoCapital @moneyacademyKE @Wanjiku_Njuguna
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Dr. @HabilOlaka: It gives me great pleasure to extend to you all our deepest appreciation for joining us for this fourth release of the State of the Banking Industry report 2022. #StateofBanking
Happening this morning! Launch of the State of the Banking Industry Report 2022. #StateofBanking
Dr. @HabilOlaka: Firms with a culture that embraces stakeholders’ ethical concerns are most likely to identify economic opportunities arising from the ethical concerns, realise growth, enhance profitability and build a competitive advantage. Read more: bit.ly/3zKdfNw
Earlier today, we hosted the 1st cohort of the #CyberShujaa graduation ceremony @ExperienceUSIU in collaboration with @KenyaBankers Association and @serianultd. #CyberShujaa is a cybersecurity training and placement program for the youth in Kenya conducted by @ExperienceUSIU
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Important Public Notice: Change of transition dates on all transactions and dealings relating to land parcels affected by the Gazette Notices Nos. 1 to 12. Affected registered owners to make an application to the Registrar. Learn more: ardhisasa.lands.go.ke
Continuing our commemoration on the #HistoryOfBanking in Kenya together with the KBA @KenyaBankers; here are some significant moments that have taken place. #BankingHistoryKE
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This week, KBA through its Compliance Committee convened a financial crime workshop for the banking industry. The session drew participation from the Director of the Banking Fraud and Investigation Department (BFID), Mr. Carey Nyawinda and member banks. #financialcrimeprevention
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