Kenya's banks struggle with balancing high NPLs against a surge in loan demand

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Earlier this month, a second international rating agency reaffirmed its 'B' rating for Kenya's banking sector, coupled with a negative outlook due to the persistent challenge of high Non-Performing Loans (NPLs). The 'B' rating signals a speculative investment risk level, indicating that while banks are meeting their financial obligations, …

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