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    Capacity Building

    We contribute to the development of human capital in areas of mutual interest to the Central Bank and the Financial .. read more

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    Research

    We provide research on issues at the forefront in central banking and financial sector read more

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    Partnerships

    We harness and strengthen partnership and collaboration to foster financial sector capacity development read more

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    Human Capital

    We provide efficient and effective human resource, physical facilities and support systems read more

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    Oracle

    Our Oracle lab offers training courses on all Oracle products read more

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    Bloomberg

    Our Bloomberg Lab provides empirical data to the mobile banking lab and assists in providing real world solutions to financial sector trainees read more

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    World Class Facilities

    We have world class facilities read more

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    Vision 2030

    We want to be an international financial hub read more

About Us

“We aim to build capacity and create a new generation of finance practitioners possessing competency in the field of finance.”

 

Prof. Kinandu Muragu, Executive Director


 
Our History

The Kenya School of Monetary Studies was established and registered as a corporate entity under the Companies Act (CAP. 486) Laws of Kenya and Limited by Guarantee in 1997 to build capacity in response to the bank failures in 1980/1990s. The bank failures were mainly attributed to inadequate staff with requisite skills in banking and financial management, economic reforms arising from World Bank/IMF Structural Adjustment Programme and inadequate postgraduate economists required to formulate economic policies.

 

Mission, Vision and Core Values

We strive to uphold our values in achieving our mission

 

VISION

To be World Class Knowledge based Capacity Building institution for the Financial Sector in Kenya and the Region.

 

MISSION

To deliver international best practice knowledge based capacity building programmes driven by the demands of the financial sector in Kenya and the Region.

 

 

CORE VALUES

 

  • Excellence
  • Mutual Learning
  • Opennes and Flexibility
  • Scholarly Research
  • Diversity, Participation and Inclusiveness
  • Intergrity and Accountability
  • Free exchange of ideas

 

 

 

 

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Latest Project

The Knowdge Management Complex

Our Knowledge Management Complex offers the perfect environment for knowledge growth, research and learning!
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Testimonials

KSMS provided me with a very conducive learning environment. It made me who I am today!

Susan Chepkorir, Barclays Bank

Our Partners