Nairobi is East Africa's leading financial hub, providing an efficient gateway for investors and businesses to the African market.


Nairobi has one of the most sophisticated and innovative financial services sectors in Africa.

– Bloomberg 1

Over 80% of the population has access to financial services, with the country striving for 100% by 2030.

foreign banks
local banks
listed companies
financial inclusion


Nairobi’s thriving tech scene is known as the Silicon Savannah. It spearheads innovation across the continent.

– Havard Business Review 2

Nairobi’s tech scene continues to evolve and has helped transform banking, access to clean energy, agriculture, healthcare and education.

In addition, the available tech infrastructure provides flexible working solutions for agile business to thrive.


fintech companies


Kenya’s economic growth averaged 5.7% between 2015 and 2019.

– The World Bank 3

Despite the recent economic slowdown across the globe, the World Bank expects Kenya’s economic growth to rebound to 4.5% in 2022, illustrating the country’s resilience.


A rich culture, modern facilities, top tier education, world class business facilities and a diverse arts scene sets Nairobi apart.

– BBC 4

The city is affordable, vibrant and is the only capital city in the world to have a national park within its boundaries.


Cutting edge financial solutions will tackle the threat of climate change and Kenya is leading the way on the continent.

– Financial Times 5

Kenya has developed a framework for the issuance of green instruments and the first green bond began trading on the Nairobi Securities Exchange in January 2020.

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