CBK signals end to licensing freeze with nod for Dubai bank

The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) yesterday signalled its intention to lift the moratorium it had imposed on the licensing of new banks, saying it had started processing one local and one foreign application to set up operations. The CBK said it would …
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