Publications Published on February 28, 2011 Financial consumer protection in Kenya: Key research findings and policy recommendations By: Mark Flaming, Alexander Owino, Nicola Jentzsch, Simone diCastri, Bilha Maina, Moses Ochieng, Daryl Collins and Brendan Ahern Download Summary Research findings and policy recommendations on consumer protection in Kenya Citation FSD Kenya. (2011). Financial consumer protection in Kenya: Key research findings and policy recommendations- issue 03 . Nairobi, Kenya: Author. Share Tags Consumer protection Categories Consumer insights Publications Related Content Definition of a standard measure for consumer interest rates in Kenya: A scoping study Dignity, Respect, and Consumer Debt Protecting Consumers Means Thinking Like Consumers Emerging data sharing models to promote financial service innovation: global trends and their implications for emerging markets You might also like Financing SME growth in Kenya – Briefing note Pricing and costing SME products and services Reducing Costs and Scaling Up UK to Africa Remittances Through Technology Quarterly newsletter – issue 25 Quarterly newsletter – issue 19 The M-PESA effect: Are financial transaction costs a barrier to more effective insurance for families in Kenya?