The importance of the NSE to Kenya’s long-term economic growth cannot be overstated. Besides encouraging savings and investments, it also provides an avenue for companies and the government to access cost-effective capital through equities and bonds.
CMA has been at the forefront of supporting the roll out of innovative new products in recent years.
In 2021, KEPSA held over 390 public-private dialogue engagements resulting in key resolutions and decisions to cushion businesses.
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Through sensitization and promotion, BrandKE has helped drive the widespread adoption of the “Made in Kenya” brand mark in the private sector.
Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud platform offered by e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc, is the latest entrant into the Kenyan market.
Twiga Foods has in less than a decade established itself as the leading business-to-business digital marketplace.
KWAL’s outlook for the future continues to be optimistic.
After the pandemic-induced slowdown in 2020, EABL bounced back to growth in fiscal year 2021.
Through the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), which is part of AKDN, the Aga Khan has invested in more than 150 companies in dozens of countries in Asia and Africa, including Kenya.