KBA Centre for Research on Financial Markets and Policy® Working Paper Series, Kenya Bankers Association (KBA)

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The Kenya Bankers Association Centre for Research on Financial Markets and Policy® was established in 2012 to offer an array of research, commentary, and dialogue regarding critical policy matters that impact on financial markets in Kenya. The Centre sponsors original research, provides thoughtful commentary, and hosts dialogues and conferences involving scholars and practitioners on key financial market issues. Through these activities, the Centre acts as a platform for intellectual engagement and dialogue between financial market experts, the banking sector and the policy makers. It therefore contributes to an informed discussion that influences critical financial market debates and policies.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 63
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2022 Bank capital, credit risk and financial stability in KenyaKiemo, Samuel; Talam, Camilla; Rugiri, Irene W.
2022 Macroeconomic shocks and cedit risk in the Kenyan banking sectorAtiti, Faith; Kimani, Stephanie; Agung, Raphael
2022 The effect of revenue diversification on bank profitability and stability during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from KenyaOchenge, Rogers
2022 What drives MSME's credit choices? Business versus personal loan account utilization in KenyaMulindi, Hillary; Josea, Kiplangat; Tiriongo, Samuel
2022 COVID-19 and the finance-economic growth nexus in KenyaMaturu, Benjamin O.
2022 COVID-19, policy interventions, credit vulnerabilities and financial (in)stabilityKimundi, Gillian
2022 Banking system adjustment to shock: The Kenyan case of liquidity-profitability trade-offsOsoro, Jared; Josea, Kiplangat
2022 The impact of Artficial Intelligence and how it is shaping bankingTheuri, Joseph; Olukuru, John
2022 Asset quality assessment in the absence of quality data towards optimal credit intermediationNjeru, Andrew Kioi
2021 Does financial innovation enhance financial deepening and growth in Kenya?Misati, Roseline Nyakerario; Osoro, Jared; Odongo, Maureen
2021 Macroprudential regulation and bank stability: The credit market signalKiemo, Samuel; Kamau, Anne; Rugiri, Irene W.; Talam, Camilla
2021 Cost-benefit analysis of bank regulation: Does size matter?Mulindi, Hillary
2021 Market expectations versus outcomes: Sectoral credit market analysis in KenyaKariuki, Caroline; Tiriongo, Samuel
2021 Price and non-price competition interactions: Implicit pricing of network size and differentiation effectsOsoro, Jared; Josea, Kiplangat
2021 Competition and credit allocation in KenyaKimani, Stephanie; Atiti, Faith; Agung, Raphael
2021 What ails bank deposit mobilization and credit creation in Kenya?Maturu, Benjamin
2021 Market structure and banks pricing behaviour: The case of KenyaMuriithi, David
2020 Banking sector competition and intermediation efficiency in KenyaKiemo, Samuel; Kamau, Anne
2020 The effects of FinTechs on bank market power and risk taking behaviour in KenyaNdwiga, David
2020 Competition and banking sector stability in KenyaAtiti, Faith; Agung, Raphael; Kimani, Stephanie
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 63
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