Kenyan central bank governor Njuguna Ndung’u says Finance Bill 2010 provisions will create long term financing and address excess demand for housing in Kenya
Analysts link recent weakness in Kenya’s shilling to euro purchases by the central bank
Kenyan central bank governor Njuguna Ndung’u says currency's ten-year low against dollar is a result of fallout from Greek crisis
Israeli, Kenyan, Turkish and Serbian central banks’ rates remain unchanged
Kenya’s Supervision Annual Report 2009 shows the banking sector in Kenya grew by 14% despite global slump
Kenyan governor Ndung’u draws up plans to enhance MFI’s incorporation
Central bank governor Njuguna Ndung’u says credit bureaux will increase the availability and lower the cost of loans for borrowers
Majority of central banks to vote this week hold rates constant though dissent voiced in the US and South Africa; Philippines and India tighten, Hungary loosens
Kenyan governor Njuguna Ndung’u says automated trading system is an important development for treasury bonds
Central Bank of Kenya chops three-quarters of a point off benchmark rate
Central Bank of Kenya’s Njuguna Ndung’u says M-Pesa mobile payments service improves financial inclusion and provides secure remittances channel
François Kanimba, governor of the National Bank of Rwanda, says the new mobile money system will be closely supervised
Central Bank of Kenya and South African Reserve Bank relatively upbeat on growth
Bank of Tanzania hosts first meetings on plans for East African Monetary Union
Central Bank of Kenya’s Njuguna Ndung’u on strengheting supervisory tools
Central Bank of Kenya’s cuts to its cash reserve ratio and benchmark rates seen as bold moves
Central Bank of Kenya’s latest Bank Supervision Annual Report notes that domestic banks continue to embrace new technology
Kenyan central bank enhances web presence
Kenya's policymakers should begin thinking about the establishment of a single financial regulator along the lines of Britain's Financial Services Authority, said Hezron Nyangito, the deputy governor of the Central Bank of Kenya.
The Kenyan economy suffered major setbacks and inflationary pressures following the December 2007 election crisis, notes the latest Annual Report of the Central Bank of Kenya.
The Central Bank of Kenya cut its key rate to 8.5% and its cash reserve requirement by a full percentage point on signs of a slowdown on Monday but warned inflation remained a concern.
When developing a financial sector it is crucial to avoid the temptations of a one-size-fits-all strategy, said Njuguna Ndung'u, the governor of the Central Bank of Kenya.
Njuguna Ndung'u, the governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, is reportedly facing allegations of defamation and has become embroiled in investigations into the controversial sale of a Nairobi Hotel.
The Central Bank of Kenya's rate-setting committee voted on Thursday to hold the benchmark Central Bank Rate at 8.75%.