Kenya’s banking sector regulator has ordered all lenders to disclose their top shareholders in fresh efforts to improve corporate governance. A majority of Kenyan banks – which typically keep their shareholding secretly guarded – are now racing to beat the August the first compliance deadline. The directive is expected to lift the corporate veil on banks.
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UFC icon Khabib Nurmagomedov has been inundated with praise after asking his fans to pray during the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, sharing...