Stanbic Bank has launched a training and mentoring programme for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in partnership with Strathmore Business School.
The upturn in Kenyan private sector business conditions came to an end during the March following more than three years of sustained expansion, the Stanbic Bank - HIS Markit Purchasing Manager’s Index has shown.
Latest survey data signalled broadly stagnant business conditions across Kenya’s private sector economy with the PMI posting its lowest reading since the inception of the series in January 2014.
Wealth preservation and capital growth are the two most important factors that high-net-worth Kenyans are considering when making wealth management and investment decisions, according to the Attitudes Survey in the Knight Frank Wealth Report 2017.
The deal is part of a partnership that will extend beyond the shirt sponsorship and will see the two organisations collaborate in promoting community health and well-being as part of corporate social investments using rugby as a vehicle to reach out and educate the public.
The Group profit after tax for the year ended 31st December 2016 was Kshs 4.4 billion.