Kenyan Banks Slide as President Signs Law Capping Interest RatesBy and
Lenders heading into uncharted territory, CBA’s Atiti says
Rate limits set to lead to consolidation, NKC’s Nel says
Shares of Kenyan banks plunged after President Uhuru Kenyatta signed a law that caps the interest rates lenders can charge on loans and set minimum payments on deposits.
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