More Than A Thousand Words

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Tom Gichuhi, Chief Executive, Association of Kenya Insurers (AKI):

“The regulations affected the access of benefits hence the decline in 2019. Now, the law allows access to one hundred per cent of one’s contributions, but fifty per cent or twenty five per cent must be deferred until fifty years of age.”

Rita Kavashe, Chief Executive Officer, Isuzu East Africa:

“Reopening of the economy is a major factor for the rebound in sales, however, sales for the full year to December are still projected to be off by twenty to twenty five per cent compared to 2019.”

Richard Muteti, Chief Executive Officer, Kenya National Federation of Jua Kali Associations:

“There is no little money for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). We could be talking about millions. For an MSME, Kshs. 5,000 or Kshs. 10,000 can restock a business.”

Neha Datta, head, Zamara Kenya Investment Consulting team:

“This year has been spectacular for offshore returns. The recovery has been so strong since March but fund managers have missed out because it takes them long to make decisions.”

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