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Was excited to kick off the #A11YFinance session today, where Kenya Sign Language trainers gave feedback on the banking industry guidelines for PWD Sensitivity and Sign Language Training. Banks will soon be training staff as part of @KenyaBankers #SustainableFinance initiative.
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Looking forward to speak at the Africa Sustainability Forum today morning. The forum is hosted by law firm JMiles &Co which recently published a #GreenFinance and #SustainableFinance analysis on ESG frameworks on behalf of @LSEGplc @FSDAfrica @UKAidDirect.
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Happening Today: Join us at 11am for this rich discussion on Business Analytics for Strategic Decisions. To join the session directly, click #InukaSME
This @InukaSME session is one you don’t want to miss as it’s going to be very informative and applicable to everyone really β€” we all could learn how better to analyze information for business decision making. #inukasme…
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In 2019, Acorn Holdings listed its Green Bond in the London Stock Exchange. It was the first Kenya-Shilling denominated corporate bond to be listed at the London Stock Exchange. #BankingHistoryKe
The banking industry in Kenya remains sound and stable despite being buffeted by the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to the State of the Banking Industry Report 2021. Read More- Full Report… #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Olaka- The banking sector’s outlook is stable underpinned by adequate capitalization and liquidity levels, the sector’s robust approach to treatment of asset quality deterioration, and the continued implementation of efficient and resilient business models. #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Olaka - Banking sector players continue to review and enhance their business models, seeking to leverage on frameworks that promise efficiency gains, particularly through the adoption of technology-based innovations. #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Tiriongo -The competitiveness of the banking industry market structure in 2020 improved, partly underpinning the sector’s resilience to shocks. #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Tiriongo- The cost of funding in the banking industry remained largely unchanged in 2020 #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Tiriongo- The banking sector tax contribution in 2020 was Kshs. 42.4 billion down from Kshs. 55.4 billion in 2019, largely reflecting the depressing effects of the pandemic on incomes. #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Samuel Tiriongo- Profitability in the banking sector remained low in 2020 compared to other sectors #KBASBIR2021
Dr. @HabilOlaka: Banking industry capitalization in 2020 remained adequate, strong and robust. The industry’s total capital adequacy ratio rose to 19.0 percent in 2020 from 18.8 percent in 2019, above the statutory minimum requirement of 14.5 percent #KBASBIR2021
Dr. @HabilOlaka: The recently released @CBKKenya FinAccess Survey shows bank lending to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises rose by 42 percent between 2017 and 2020 to stand at Ksh.638.3 billion by December 2020, up from Ksh.413.9 billion in December 2017. #KBASBIR2021
Dr. @HabilOlaka : I am happy to note that despite challenges faced in the course of the year, the banking sector weathered a challenging business environment, maintaining strong and adequate liquidity as well as sufficient capital positions #KBASBIR2021
Dr. Tiriongo: Asset quality across the industry players deteriorated in 2020, largely due to the adverse effects of the pandemic on households and enterprise earning. NPLs stood at Kshs. 433.7 billion as at end 2020 compared with Kshs. 334.3 billion in 2019. #KBASBIR2021
Deposits in 2020 grew by 13 percent ( 4.8 percent higher than in 2019 #KBASBIR2021
Dr. @HabilOlaka: The State of the Banking Industry Report provides an account of the bearing of the COVID-19 pandemic on the banking sector. The analysis includes the industry’s innovations to enhance access to credit for vulnerable enterprises #KBASBIR2021
Kenya Bankers Association CEO Dr. @HabilOlaka makes opening remarks at the State of the Banking Industry Report 2021 release forum #KBASBIR2021
The development of the Kenya Sustainable Finance Initiative by @KenyaBankers in 2015 was the first attempt to have a unitary set of principles that banks can rely on to underpin sustainability in their day-to-day operations and decision-making. #BankingHistoryKe
In November 2015 @NuruMugambi became the youngest woman to be honored as a fellow of the Kenya Institute of Bankers. She also was the first female director of the Kenya Bankers Association, having joined the Association in 2012. #BankingHistoryKE
Do You Remember..? What was your first bank card or cheque book like? How was your first bank branch visit experience ? In today's #TBT we invite you to share the memories under #BankingHistoryKE
The banking industry in 2016 launched #PesaLink to provide a secure, fast and efficient money transfer system. Over Ksh 360 billion has been moved on #PesaLink since its inception. Learn more at #BankingHistoryKE
In 2012, the banking industry waived clearing costs for cheques outside Nairobi, making the country one clearing zone. The implementation of the Cheque Truncation System reduced the cost of clearing cheques, minimizing the turn-around times for cheque clearing #BankingHistoryKE
Did You Know? The first Automated Teller Machine (ATM) was introduced in Kenya in 1989 by Standard Chartered Bank. Innovation has continued to define the banking industry, with initiatives such as the Automated Clearing House. #BankingHistoryKE
Today marks 59 years since we were registered as an Industry Association on 16th July 1962! As we mark our 59th Anniversary, we appreciate the efforts made by our member banks and stakeholders over the years towards creating a #responsive banking industry. #BankingHistoryKE
As the umbrella body of commercial banks licensed under the Banking Act, we have endeavored to reinforce a reputable and professional banking sector in a bid to best support Kenyans, who entrust their ambitions and hard-earned resources with our member banks. #BankingHistoryKE
59 years ago, on this day in 1962, Kenya Bankers Association was registered by the Registrar of Trade Unions. Congratulations @KenyaBankers… #BankingHistoryKE
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Congratulations @KenyaBankers for 59 years of service! πŸ™ŒπŸ½ DTB is proud to be associated with you#BankingHistoryKEKTG
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For @NuruMugambi, Sustainable Finance Lead @KenyaBankers and @SuedKenya committee member, the @_AfricanUnion β€˜Green Recovery Action Plan’ is an opportunity for policy makers to transition out of the informal economy and ensure #ClimateActionNow πŸŒπŸ’š #AUGreenRecoveryr#COP262me
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Through KBA's @InukaSME program, over 12 thousand MSMEs were supported in 2020 through training designed to de-risk them in order enhance their ability to access bank credit. #BeyondBanking #BanksCare
In 2007, First Community Bank became the first to be licensed by @CBKKenya as a Sharia-compliant bank. Over the years, the banking industry has continued to expand Sharia-compliant banking services to Kenya. Learn more   #BankingHistoryKE
Meet @NuruMugambi, Sustainable Finance Lead, @KenyaBankers, and a judge for the #MB100. Nominate a leader to be considered by Nuru and our panel of experts, here: Celebrating individuals combining profit and #purpose to help achieve the @UN #GlobalGoals
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In 2012 @StanChartKE then CEO and @KenyaBankers Chairman Richard Etemesi participated in the #MyChatWithaBankCEO forum. It was the first time a corporate engaged the public on social media. #BankingHistoryKE Learn more at
In 2020, over 51 million people were reached through KBA's Kaa Chonjo - card, mobile & online safety awareness campaign. The campaign has been instrumental in educating consumers of financial services on secure use of online, mobile and card transactions #BeyondBanking #BanksCare
We pay tribute to Hilary Ngweno for his immense contribution to the banking industry through the "A History of Banking in Kenya'' documentary, which he produced in 2013. to watch the documentary #BankingHistoryKE
Did you know that through KBA's Sustainable Finance Initiative, by end of the year 2020, more than 33 thousand bank employees had been reached with valuable knowledge on how to create value for the economy, environment and society? #BeyondBanking #BanksCare
The 2020 Customer Survey Findings indicated that 81 percent of differently abled persons were able to use banking services independently while 8 percent needed support and 11 percent occasionally requiring assistance. #BeyondBanking #BanksCare
Diamond Trust Bank CEO Nasim Devji was the first woman to be appointed CEO of a bank in Kenya. In 2012, she became the first female Vice Chair of the Kenya Bankers Association. Visit to learn more about the history of banking in Kenya. #BankingHistoryKE
The SME Unit held consultative talks with CS Joe Mucheru Min. of ICT, @JohnGachora (Kenya Bankers Association), Sitoyo Lopokoiyit and Boniface Mungania (Safaricom Plc). The discussions focused on the growth and development of youthful Kenyan Enterprises. @mucheru @Sitoyo
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Did you know that banks restructured 1.63 trillion shillings worth of customers loans in 2020 as a response measure to cushion households from the adverse effects owing to the COVID-19 pandemic? #BeyondBanking #BanksCare
The National Bank of India established its first branch in Kenya, in Mombasa, in 1896. In the same year, the East Africa Protectorate started building a railway line to Kisumu. (Visit to learn more about Kenya's History of Banking) #BankingHistoryKE
Did you know that banks in 2020 donated more than 1.8 billion shillings towards the COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund in a bid to support millions of Kenyans who were gravely affected by the health crisis? #BeyondBanking
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