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Capital Structure and Financial Performance of Companies Listed Under Manufacturing and Allied Sector at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2020-06)
Capital structure is a prevalent subject that has continued to pose a challenge among the scholars in the field of finance and has increased remarkable attention since 1950’s. Capital structure is a word used to signify ...
Financial Risk and Performance of Commercial and Ser-Vices Listed Companies in Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2020-08)
There has been a declining trend in the performance of companies in Nairobi Securities Exchange in the recent past with seventeen companies issuing profit warnings to inves-tors in the year 2019, fifteen in 2018, while ...
Financial Inclusion and Bank Stability of Commercial Banks Listed in Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2020-10)
Listed Commercial Banks still control financial intermediation channel in emerging market economies such as Kenya. After the 2007-2009 global financial crisis, financial institutions, regulators, and policy makers, in ...
Working Capital Management and Financial Perfomance of Manufacturing and Allied Category of Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2020-03)
Manufacturing sector is one of the key pillars to economic development in Kenya. Most of the organizations consider working capital management as an important recipe in financial management due to its effects on a firm‟s ...
Credit Information Sharing and Default Rate of Loans Issued by Commercial Banks Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange
(Kenyatta University, 2020)
The strength of banking systems is key in the stimulation of economic growth and development, creation of employment, domestic and foreign investment and poverty reduction. The banking sector in Kenya has been earmarked ...
Internal Controls and Credit Risk Among Commercial Banks Listed in Nairobi Securities Exchange Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2020-11)
Inappropriate credit policies, as well as inadequate, limited institutional capacity by Kenya's financial sector, led to several of the banking institutions collapsing over what was termed as poor management of credit risks ...