On 1st December 2016, the High Commissioner, H.E. Lazarus Amayo participated as a Panellist in an event organized by DLA Piper, a UK based Multinational law firm located in more than 30 countries. The event was organized as part of the DLA Africa week programme and was co-hosted by the Business Council for Africa a […]
The High Commission in association with Liverpool Commonwealth Association and Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce are organising a “Kenyan Business Forum.” It takes place at Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Number One Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3 9HG on Wednesday, 30th November 2016 from 9:00 am till 12:30 pm followed by a meeting between the […]
The World Bank has praised Kenya for using telephone banking to curb hunger and poverty. Speaking in Morocco, during the UN climate change conference, World Bank’s Senior Director of Climate Change, John Roome, reiterated that Kenya’s success in mobile banking can be imitated worldwide.
Kenya moved 21 places to 92nd in the world’s most conducive business environments, and Africa’s most reformed country according to World Bank’s Doing Business 2017 Report. This made the country attain a record 44 places jump in two years to return to clinch Africa’s top reformer position and break into the double digit zone for the […]
On Thursday 6th October 2016, the British High Commission in Nairobi, in collaboration with Barclays Bank of Kenya, held an event that brought together key stakeholders in renewable energy sector in Kenya and investors from the United Kingdom. The main objective of the UK-Kenya Renewable Energy Conference was to secure investments to Kenya’s renewable energy […]
On 5th of October 2016, Kenya High Commissioner to the UK H.E Lazaru Amayo officially opened the inaugural ICPAK UK Chapter Seminar at the Wellesley Hotel in London.