While it’s difficult to find any real silver linings stemming from the global pandemic, coronavirus forced several businesses and industries to adapt and innovate, creating new revenue lines, developing new business practices, or improving
Sidian Bank, a mid-tier Bank, and leader in providing trade finance solutions in the banking industry-sponsored a 2-day conference bringing together the leadership of teacher-based SACCOs across the country. The 10th annual conference held by KETSA
ABOUT SIDIAN BANK:
At Sidian Bank, we recognize the significant investment and inherent risks that an entrepreneur takes to make his ideas and dreams a reality. It is for this reason that our mission is to empower entrepreneurs to create wealth through provision of transformational financial solutions that meet entrepreneurs’ needs and facilitate growth through convenience and choice.
The Bank serves its customers via its 42 branches.
ABOUT AFRICAN GUARANTEE FUND:
African Guarantee Fund is a non-bank financial institution whose objective is to promote economic development, increase employment and reduce poverty in Africa by providing financial institutions with guarantee products and capacity development assistance specifically intended to support SMEs in Africa.
African Guarantee Fund was founded by the government of Denmark through the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), the government of Spain through the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID) and the African Development Bank (AfDB). Other shareholders include French Development Agency (AFD), Nordic Development Fund (NDF), Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU) and KfW Development Bank (KfW).
AGF has a rating of AA- by Fitch Ratings Agency.
Sidian Bank a leading commercial bank in Trade finance, has launched an innovative product dubbed Sidian Credible, a safe and secure web-based application that allows both existing and potential customers of the Bank to generate
Nairobi, Kenya May 15, 2020: Sidian Bank has today, donated in kind to families stricken by the COVID-19 in the areas of Kawangware and Kangemi at this time when the virus has disrupted economic activities