This presentation discusses key research findings on the unique needs of growth oriented SMEs. Dinah’s presentation was supported by case studies of Optiven and World Plastics – two SMEs that have experienced tremendous success in the Kenyan market.
The aim of this book is to stimulate debate on how we analyse and think about the future of market development and its implications for poverty and growth. The book was commissioned by Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Kenya as an invitation to scholars to dig more deeply into the data that have been collected over […]
On October 29, 2015, the Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, Dr. Patrick Njoroge, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and FSD Kenya launched a follow up survey to the 2006, 2009, and 2013 FinAccess household surveys. The exercise tracks trends in the geographical spread and outreach of the financial sector. The 2015 survey […]
Brand Fusion, a South Africa based research house that undertakes research in Africa and Asia, was responsible for the collection of the FinAccess spatial data. Garth Lawless, Brand Fusion’s special projects manager, presented the overall findings of the survey at the launch on October 29th 2015.
The objective of this report is to review existing sources of detailed data and analysis about the banking sector in Kenya, assess the demand for and uses of these and make pragmatic recommendations about how any unmet demand could be met. The overall conclusion of this report is that generally the base data in Kenya […]
This note looks at data mining on both individual SME accounts and on the SME portfolio as a whole, and suggests how and why extraction and review of data should be undertaken. At a time when banks are starting to offer SME banking services that are distinct from products offered to corporate and retail customers, […]