Central Bank of Kenya
Central Banking | 09 Sep 2009
Bank of Tanzania hosts first meetings on plans for East African Monetary Union
Central Banking | 06 Aug 2009
Central Bank of Kenya’s Njuguna Ndung’u on strengheting supervisory tools
Central Banking | 23 Jul 2009
Central Bank of Kenya’s cuts to its cash reserve ratio and benchmark rates seen as bold moves
Central Banking | 09 Jul 2009
Central Bank of Kenya’s latest Bank Supervision Annual Report notes that domestic banks continue to embrace new technology
Central Banking | 08 Jul 2009
Kenyan central bank enhances web presence
Central Banking | 09 Mar 2009
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.
Central Banking | 03 Dec 2008
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.
Central Banking | 02 Dec 2008
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.
Central Banking | 28 Nov 2008
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.
Central Banking | 11 Jul 2008
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.
Central Banking | 14 Dec 2007
The Central Bank of Kenya's rate-setting committee voted on Thursday to hold the benchmark Central Bank Rate at 8.75%.
Central Banking | 18 Jun 2007
The Central Bank of Kenya cut one of its key interest rates to 8.5 from 10% in an attempt move it further in line with other policy rates.
Central Banking | 21 May 2003
The IMF has apparently been encouraging the central bank of Kenya to allow the exchange rate to be more flexible than it has been in the past, according to the Daily Nation.
Central Banking | 05 Mar 2003
President Kibaki of Kenya has officially received and accepted the resignation of Nahashon Nyagah as the governor of Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). Dr Andrew Mulei has been appointed as his replacement. The CBK confirmed to CentralBankNet that Dr Mulei's position is effective from 5 March.
Central Banking | 05 Mar 2003
FEATURE - The new Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), Dr Andrew Mulei, is currently the Executive Director of the African Centre for Economic Growth. This feature provides some background details on the new CBK chief.
Central Banking | 04 Feb 2003
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is considering a gradual shift of its monetary policy-setting regime to target inflation. The inflation targeting move represents a radical shift in its current policy-setting regime.
Central Banking | 08 Nov 2002
KENYA - The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) yesterday took the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) to court seeking to recover over Sh258 million.
Central Banking | 16 Jul 2002
KENYA - The Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) board of directors want the Kenyan constitution to increase the autonomy of the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK).
Central Banking | 29 May 2002
KOREA - Bankers and the Central Bank of Kenya now want the entire Donde Act declared null, reports the East African Daily Nation web site.
Central Banking | 20 Jul 2001
KENYA - The Central Bank of Kenya said on 18 July its efforts to restructure the government's debt were on track but lamented its inability to keep interest rates down due to a squeeze in government finances.
Central Banking | 05 Apr 2001
KENYA - Kenya's widely respected central bank governor Micah Cheserem has stepped down and been replaced by pensions official Nahashon Ngige Nyagah, the government announced on Apr 4, 2001.
Central Banking | 18 Feb 2001
Micah Cheserem, governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, has disclosed that his government might no longer be bound to protect local banks from competitions by international banks, local media reported on Feb 18, 2001. Cheserem made the remarks at the launching of the on-line banking services by the Guardian Bank in the capital Nairobi on Feb 16 evening. He noted that the super profits commercial banks in the country had reaped in the last few years were not justified and should be cut down by lowering customers' tariffs.
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