THE EFFECT OF LENDING INTEREST RATE ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN KENYA

ABSTRACT
According to economic theory the base rate is set by the banks to determine the interest rate
and in Kenya it’s the CBK rate. Darrat and Dickens (1999), argue that interest rate
environment is important in the performance and the returns of any given investment. The
CBK through the monetary policy and the bank rate has a very strong bearing on the
performance of any sectors. Following interest rate liberalization, interest rates have

THE EFFECT OF DONOR FUNDING ON THE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES IN KENYA

ABSTRACT
The study sought to find out the effect of donor funding on the performance of
government ministries in Kenya. It was interested in the analysis of this relationship
because the country receives a considerable amount of foreign aid yet the country has not
achieved the desired or expected results, the country still experiences considerable
poverty levels. Performance score based on government annual ranking was used to
determine the performance of the government ministries. One of the significant

FINANCE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (FISA) WORKSHOP

Date and time: 
Wed, 2015-07-01 09:24

FISA  successful held a workshop in conjunction with  NSE and ORANGE

Expiry Date: 
Tue, 2018-07-31 09:24
Contact Person: 

Chairman Finance and Accounting

Mr. Herick Ondigo: Open Forum PhD presentation

Date and time: 
Wed, 2015-07-01 08:10
Location / Venue: 

Lower Kabete Campus

Mr.  Ondigo Chairman Department of Finance and Accounting did his PhD presentation on Tuesday  30th June 2015.

Expiry Date: 
Tue, 2018-07-31 08:10
Contact Person: 

Chairman Department of Finance and Acounting

EFFECT OF CREDIT REFERENCE BUREAUS ONTHE PROFITABILITY OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN KENYA

ABSTRACT
The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of credit reference bureaus on
profitability of commercial banks in Kenya. The study adopted a causal comparative
descriptive research design and used secondary data for analysis. The target population
consisted of 44 commercial banks in Kenya. The study concludes that credit reference
bureau services assist in reducing the incidence of non-performing loans and hence in
improving the bank profitability. This is made possible through the reduction of

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