Whether it's government records, bank account data, or web browser activity, providing consumers with the ability to access and share their digital identity and records could increase competition and innovation by letting financial service providers better target and price products to consumers.
Just what is finance for? On Wednesday 8th February 2017, John Kay met with 18 financial sector industry leaders to discuss this question and the future of finance in Kenya. The leaders included CEOs from Equity Bank, the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya Bankers Association, CIS Kenya, the iHub and Kenya Women Microfinance Bank. Also present […]
This report is an outcome of a study conducted by Sigma Business and Analytics Ltd to assess the capacity of SACCO’s in Kenya to participate in credit information sharing. It was commissioned by the CIS SACCO taskforce with financing from FSD Kenya. The report outlines an approach for a structured capacity review on licensed SACCO’s […]
This report captures the highlights of the third regional CIS conference themed “CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion – Mikopo Kisasa!” Highlights include:- Endorsement by policymakers of CIS goals of promoting access to affordable credit inthe region’s economies; The need for unified legislation to promote increased participation in CIS; The importance of implementation of cross-border data sharing […]
This guide outlines the key concepts and elements of good practice involved in undertaking a credit risk management process review (CRPR). It focuses, in particular, on the issues faced in serving the credit needs of smaller business customers.