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3rconfCabinet Secretary, National Treasury, Henry Rotich delivers keynote address to officially open two-day 3rd Regional Credit Information Sharing (CIS) Conference today, Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. This year's theme is, "CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion - Mikopo Kisasa". This has been inspired by the innovative loan and credit bureau products in the credit markets today. The two-day conference will be characterized by motivating speeches, enlightening plenaries, thought-provoking panels, and the chance for participants to network with peers in the credit industry.

A cross section of participants follow proceedings today, Tuesday, February 23, 2016 during the official opening of the two-day 3rd Regional Credit Information Sharing (CIS) Conference at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. This year's theme is, "CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion - Mikopo Kisasa". This has been inspired by the innovative loan and credit bureau products in the credit markets today. The two-day conference will be characterized by motivating speeches, enlightening plenaries, thought-provoking panels, and the chance for participants to network with peers in the credit industry.

 

Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury, Henry Rotich (3rd Left), who delivered the keynote address to officially open two-day 3rd Regional Credit Information Sharing (CIS) Conference today, Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi follow proceedings with other dignitaries, who include Central Bank Governor Dr Patrick Njoroge (3rd Right), Joshua Oigara, the Group Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Commercial Bank Group (2nd Right), Mehnez Safavian, Lead Financial Sector Specialist, World Bank Group, (Right) and Charles Ringera, Chair, CIS Kenya and CEO and Board Secretary Higher Education Loans Board (2nd Left). This year's theme is, "CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion - Mikopo Kisasa". This has been inspired by the innovative loan and credit bureau products in the credit markets today. The two-day conference will be characterized by motivating speeches, enlightening plenaries, thought-provoking panels, and the chance for participants to network with peers in the credit industry.

 

Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) confers with Charles Ringera, Chair, CIS Kenya and CEO and Board Secretary Higher Education Loans Board today, Tuesday, February 23, 2016 when he (Rotich) delivered the keynote address to officially open two-day 3rd Regional Credit Information Sharing (CIS) Conference t at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. This year's theme is, "CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion - Mikopo Kisasa". This has been inspired by the innovative loan and credit bureau products in the credit markets today. The two-day conference will be characterized by motivating speeches, enlightening plenaries, thought-provoking panels, and the chance for participants to network with peers in the credit industry.

 

Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury, Henry Rotich (Left) with Central Bank Governor Dr Patrick Njoroge today, Tuesday, February 23, 2016 when he (Rotich) delivered the keynote address to officially open two-day 3rd Regional Credit Information Sharing (CIS) Conference t at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. This year's theme is, "CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion - Mikopo Kisasa". This has been inspired by the innovative loan and credit bureau products in the credit markets today. The two-day conference will be characterized by motivating speeches, enlightening plenaries, thought-provoking panels, and the chance for participants to network with peers in the credit industry.

 

Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) greets Central Bank Governor Dr Patrick Njoroge (Centre) as Joshua Oigara, the Group Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Commercial Bank Group looks on today, Tuesday, February 23, 2016 when he (Rotich) delivered the keynote address to officially open two-day 3rd Regional Credit Information Sharing (CIS) Conference t at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. This year's theme is, "CIS for Innovation and Financial Inclusion - Mikopo Kisasa". This has been inspired by the innovative loan and credit bureau products in the credit markets today. The two-day conference will be characterized by motivating speeches, enlightening plenaries, thought-provoking panels, and the chance for participants to network with peers in the credit industry.
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