The Central Bank of Kenya issued a press release highlighting the Afro-Asia FinTech Festival Nairobi Online City, which was part of the 2020 Singapore FinTech Festival taking place Dec. 7-11, 2020.
The Basel Institute on Governance announced that Kenya’s Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission recovered assets tied to corrupt and illegal activity worth a total of KES $9.3 billion, or roughly USD $84 million in the past year, and KES $29.8 billion, approximately USD $271 million, in five years.
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The Central Bank of Kenya issued an enforcement action against Absa Bank Kenya PLC for failing to apply certain anti-money laundering compliance control standards on foreign exchange trades conducted in March 2020.