Pertinent Issues in the Regulation of MFI’s in Kenya


Pertinent Issues in the Regulation of MFI’s in Kenya    |   File Size: 83.24 kB Downloads: 4871   |   Post Date: 03 October 2002

Micro-credit and micro-finance institutions have existed in Kenya since the early 1980s. In all this time, they have provided crucial credit facilities to Kenyans in urban and rural areas without distinct legal recognition. Inspite of the lack of comprehensive policy and legal provision, they have grown considerably in number and relative sizes and exist in most of the country.


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