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  • Rwanda: KCB Rwanda Registers Rwf323 Million Half-Year Net Profit

    New Times

    KCB rwanda, a subsidiary of Kenya Commercial Bank Group, recorded Rwf323 million net profit in the first half of the year, up from Rwf199.9 million in a similar period last year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangudya Goes Back to Basics

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya dispatched his maiden monetary policy statement to various stakeholders via e-mails, a departure from what Zimbabweans had... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Final Survey for Basel II Next Month

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will conduct a final survey on the implementation progress of a new set of banking regulations before institutions go live in 2015. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Stanbic Tanzania Offers Risk Guidance

    EA Business

    Stanbic Bank (Tanzania) has decided to advise their clients on how to manage financial risks, writes LEONARD MAGOMBA. Read more »

  • Uganda: New Excise Hikes Uganda Bank Charges

    EA Business

    The 10% excise duty levy on bank charges and transfer fees that was announced in June is making banking expensive and giving cause for customers to re-think their options. Read more »

  • Tanzania: PTA Bank Gives Tanzania U.S.$138 Million

    EA Business

    The Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (PTA Bank) has approved grants totaling $138 million for three projects and three syndicated loans in Tanzania. Read more »

  • Nigeria: A Season of Capital Raising in Commercial Banks [analysis]

    This Day

    A combination of the regulatory directive on the implementation of a new regime of risk management in banks and the corresponding rise in the appetite of critical sectors for... Read more »

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