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Assenting to the Banking (Amendment) Bill 2015 is detrimental to the nation’s future economic prospects

By signing the Banking (Amendment) Bill, President Uhuru Kenyatta has passed a vote of ‘no confidence’ on the sound advice of Treasury CS Rotich and CBK governor Dr. 1,253 more words

Politics

RBL Bank IPO – A Grand Revival

  • Date: 18th August 2016
  • IPO price range Rs 224 – 225, Apply from 19-23rd Aug 2016
  • Advice: BUY with a 2 year holding perspective
  • Mid Cap: Rs 7,700 crore Market Capitalization…
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Two Long Term Concerns Stand Taller then Brexit

Two articles in this weekend’s US print editions of the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times highlight the real concerns that threaten global growth, far more so than the ministrations of (hopefully) rational politicians soon to embroil in Brexit negotiations. 412 more words

Where Nigeria Went Wrong With The Ethics Of Banking

Its no secret, Nigeria’s Banking sector is in a state of chaos, but adaptability has always been the best survival instinct for majority of Nigerians. From Banks being accused of lending money to big spenders without collateral, to the undisputed fact that the banks are the number one go to for money laundering purposes, which they conjoin with the greedy and eye bulging corrupt citizens in moving money out of the country, to be put bluntly. 239 more words

Analysis

... Greece is in Big Trouble [#economics]...

.. the policies that its new government want to enact involve a great deal of involvement in the state and the state sector . Those are policies that Europe is trying to move away from . 145 more words

Personal Opinion

India's Banking Sector Needs A "Wash Basin" Visit

Bhasin took charge as the VC on June 11 2015.

The earlier CVC had recommended that Regular Departmental Action should be initiated against Bhasin.

The Supreme Court is seized of the matter against Bhasin since July 2015. 1,347 more words

Corruption

Managing risk is how financial institutions (FIs) make money. They pay top dollars to teams including strategists, internal analysts, actuaries and brokers who, together, are responsible for identifying, measuring and managing various types of risks including operational risk, liquidity risk, reputation risk, market risk, investment risk and credit risk. 1,721 more words

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