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Despite talk of an overcrowded market and funding retreat, fintech is proving its mettle in the African markets, serving as a lever to financial inclusion and increasingly bringing innovative solutions to market that are uniquely designed for the heterogeneity of the African population.Read More
Kihara Maina, CEO, I & M Bank Kenya gave a presentation on Investment in East Africa: the risks and opportunities in the region as seen through the eyes of an investor, at the EAA’s global meeting on 28th July 2021. To view his presentation click on the link below: Risks and opportunities in East Africa:Read More
At the global members’ meeting in October 2021, Urvi Patel, Partner, Deloitte shared the firm’s predictions on TMTs in the region You can view her presentation by clicking on the link below: Urvi Patel, Partner Deloitte East Africa, 0n TMT Trends Predictions_vF.pdfRead More
After 18 months of conflict, the new year has seen the first hopeful signs of a diplomatic process to solve the Tigray crisis, with steps towards National Dialogue.Read More
Politically Rwanda remains stable with a marked reduction in Covid infections and a high vaccine roll-out which is fuelling an impressive economic recovery.Read More
EAA CEO Toby Latta talks to Tara O’Connor of Africa Risk Consulting about opportunities and risks in the regionRead More
The EAA analyses the results of its Members survey on the opportunities and risks in the regionRead More
Rising Covid infections are a concern and likely to impact economic growth. Nonetheless, the country remains largely stable on the political front.Read More
Political uncertainty predicted for the next 18 months until the elections, while the economy shows signs of recovering from the pandemic declineRead More
Unrest is threatening Ethiopia’s gains, but the government remains upbeat about the economyRead More