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The Central Bank of Kenya staff successfully hiked Mount Kilimanjaro on June 4-11, 2017, to raise funds in support of St. Kizito’s School for the Deaf, Litein.
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) celebrated its 50 years of existence and service to the nation of Kenya in September 2016. These celebrations entailed the CBK’s involvement in a number of activities.
The Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI) is inviting proposals from firms or individual consultants to conduct an organizational structure review and workload analysis for the MEFMI Secretariat. The deadline for...read more
The Central Bank of Kenya has released the report of the Market Perceptions Survey of May 2018. The survey is conducted every two months, prior to every Monetary Policy Committee meeting, to obtain the expectations of banks and non-bank private sector firms on...read more
The Central Bank of Kenya has issued the credit officer survey report for the quarter ended March 2018. The credit survey is undertaken on a quarterly basis to monitor trends in credit standards in the Kenyan banking industry. Read...read more
The next meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will be held on Monday, July 30, 2018.read more