Publications Published on June 3, 2009 Definition of a standard measure for consumer interest rates in Kenya: A scoping study By: Naheed Hassan, Richard Ketley and Tony Oyier Download Summary Defining a standard measure for consumer interest rates in Kenya. Citation Naheed, H., Ketley, R., & Oyier, T. (2009). Definition of a standard measure for consumer interest rates in Kenya: A scoping study. Nairobi, Kenya: FSD Kenya. Share Tags Consumer protection Lending rates Categories Credit market development Publications Related Content Making finance serve the needs of the economy Consumer protection diagnostic study – Kenya The role of financial services in the economic empowerment of AIDS-affected households. A review of practice and options in Kenya. Financial consumer protection in Kenya: Key research findings and policy recommendations You might also like The mobile money revolution in Kenya: can the promise be fulfilled? Developing decentralised financial services: Project review A promise fulfilled? Financial market development in Kenya, 2011-2015 Kenya Financial Diaries: Executive summary Credit reference project phase II mid-term review Inclusive Finance?