James Mwangi & Equity Bank
James Mwangi Macharia (born 23 June 1984) is a Kenyan long-distance runner. Equity Bank is a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. It is one of the forty-four (44) commercial banks licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya, the national banking regulator. /5
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Think Gideon Muriuki of Cooperative Bank and James Mwangi of Equity Bank. Both these men are the single largest...
~ Kenya Highways authority, the patent authority Kenya industrial property institute, Equity Bank and now James Mwangi
What a great initiative - only just seen this spot on. Interview with James Mwangi, Group CEO of Kenya’s Equity Bank
Congrats Duale Jnr. Jst don't go to politics.. Be like Dr. James Mwangi of Equity Bank. Siasa achia Baba yako na Cord
In April, James Mwangi said he would lead Equity Bank for another 10 years. Why are we surprised that Julius jumped?
The grapevine had it that Julius Kipngetich current COO of Equity Bank was heir apparent to James Mwangi...Seems the latter not leaving soon
Uchumi Supermarket hits on the man who was being groomed to be Dr James Mwangi's successor at Equity Bank
Innovation Week - . Dr. James Mwangi, CEO, Equity Bank - Specimen for Jeans, was from Lake Bogoria and KE got nothing.
Equity Bank’s James Mwangi set to serve for 10 more years -
“Eradication of poverty starts in your mind” ― James Mwangi, CBS, Managing Director & CEO, Equity Bank.
James Mwangi the CEO of Equity Bank has won the world’s most coveted awards in the business world among them being the Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year Award and Forbes person of the year (2012). His rise to the top is fascinating and an...
James Mwangi has built Equity Bank from scratch and everybody can see how he got rich.. Who knows how Kirubi got rich? - A…
A lot has been fostered by the business community in Kenya & Nigeria, including the likes of ALiko Dangote & James Mwangi of Equity Bank.
HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND THIS - INVESTMENT GURUS: News of acquisition by Britam of 24.75% of HFCK shares owned by Equity Bank has energized the market even more.. As we talk, Britam has gained 13.07% in today's session alone with HFCK gaining 12.28%.. Equity has gained 3.26%.. Point is, Britam is doing very well in deal making nowadays having spent over 1.6 Billion in acquisitions recently.. But what making my heart merry is the fact that these three companies are just one! Reason being, (Equity Bank CEO - James Mwangi, is also director in Britam).. (Britam CEO- Benson Wairegi is the Vice Chairman of Equity Bank Board and director in HFCK).. (Equity Chairman - Peter Munga is the a Director in Britam and HFCK).. (Jimnah Mbaru is Director in Britam and a significant shareholder in both Equity and HFCK).. In other words, Mwangi, Munga, Jimnah Mbaru and Wairegi combined are directly or indirectly majority shareholders in the three companies involved and actually calls the shots in all!!! What many of you don't kno ...
I'm here wondering how much Equity Bank paid to Royal Media services to interview James Mwangi during news these scripted qns.
LOOK at the LIST of individuals President UHURU KENYATTA is going with to Nigeria President Uhuru Kenyatta will this Sunday lead a group of Kenyan investors on a three day tour of Nigeria to seek an increase in trade between Lagos and Nairobi. The President will be accompanied by 10 investors who have made a mark in Kenya’s economy and want to expand their business interests to other corners of Africa. “Members consist of high profile delegation of businessmen who already have running interests in West Africa, or those with very high potential to tap into the huge market,” A statement from Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) said. Among those who will accompany the President to Nigeria is Equity Bank CEO, James Mwangi, Ms Betty Maina of the Kenya Association of Manufacturers, Mr Bharat Thakrar of Scangroup Ltd and Ms Jillian of the Organisation of Women in International Trade (OWIT). Other investors includes Lucy Muchoki of Kenya Agribusiness and Agri-industry Alliance, Mr Samuel ...
Haiya, habari ndio hii hapa!! Via TheKenyan Daily Post REVEALED: MIKE SONKO is secretly collecting 1 million signatures to impeach Evans Kidero - EQUITY BANK indirectly funding the process and UHURU is aware * Tuesday March 11, 2014 - Unconfirmed reports reaching us indicate that Nairobi Senator, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, is on course to impeach his Governor, Dr. Evans Kidero, over mismanagement of Nairobi County. A source close to the Nairobi Senator told The Kenyan DAILY POST that Sonko has secretly been collecting signatures with a target of one million in order to impeach Kidero over the recent increment of parking fee that led to the matatu strike last week. Sonko, who owns matatus in Nairobi, is allegedly being assisted by other matatu owners and operators to raise one million signatures to send Kidero home. By today morning, Sonko had allegedly collected close to 150, 000 signatures and the response was good. The source further revealed that Equity Bank, whose owner is James Mwangi, is very much involved a ...
More success for James Mwangi at Equity Bank: a keynote at
Whichever telco card comes to Kenya, we can acquire it at Equity Bank - Dr. James Mwangi
As the economy grows, so does Equity Bank - Dr. James Mwangi
James Mwangi of equity bank is the best CEO I have ever seen... I salute him for his contribution in wings to fly scholarship program.
Equity Bank Chief Executive James Mwangi has for the first time since the debut of the firm at the Nairobi bourse in 2006 acquired additional shares in the lender.
Who are Kenya’s wealthiest? It has been a good year for the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE), and the biggest winners have been top shareholders whose wealth has been on the up and up. In just three months to December 2013, Peter Kahara Munga saw his wealth increase by Sh1.5 billion from his stake in Britam, whose share price has risen by 84 per cent in the last three months. He made his first billion at Equity Bank, where he is chairman. Mr Munga is only one of the many Kenyans who are reaping millions of shillings from the NSE and in the process increasing their net worth by several million shillings. In this group, you will count Jimnah Mbaru, Baloobhai Patel and James Mwangi. Gains from this market in the recent past have seen both Kenyan and foreign investors record major financial gains. Most of the top gainers have diversified businesses ranging from real estate, industries and owning stocks in some of the thriving public and private companies in the country. James Mwangi Equity Bank’s chief e ...
I propose Dr.James Mwangi of Equity Bank for the position of Cabinet Secretary of Finance...his reputation speaks for itself, best CEO in Africa and respected the world over...
:MMUSTAA Special General Meeting for Ranking of Chancellor Nominees.These were: Hon.Mwai Kibaki Dr.James Mwangi Dr.S.K Macharia Prof.William Ochieng Prof.Roselinda Mutua This is how it turned out. Dr James Mwangi-15 DR Mwai Kibaki-2 Prof William Ochieng-1 Prof Roselinda Mutua-0 Dr James Mwangi-CEO EQUITY BANK was elected with the majority as the new Chancellor . He is the 2nd chancellor replacing President Mwai Kibaki who was the universitie's 1st chancellor since its establishment in 2008. LONG LIVE MMUST. WE ARE PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH YOU.
Dr. James Mwangi reinvented and transformed completely a loss making organisation through employee motivation, excellent customer care, strategic partnerships and hard work turned it around: Equity Bank's compounded annual growth rate over the past 10 years has been an incredible 78% and the bank has been growing ten-fold every 5 years for the last 20 years. From a staff level of 27, Equity today employs just under 8,000 people, it now has a presence in Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda, and was among the first financial institutions to open a branch in South Sudan. Its balance sheet of Kshs. 250 billion is equal to 25% of kenya's budget. It's possible to realize your dream.
Dr. James Mwangi, founder & CEO of Equity Bank is named Forbes Africa's Person of the Year. Equity Bank has 8 million customers!
when the times and circumstances change, change with those times and circumstances...i.e - If you live next to this new Super Highway, you have to learn to cross it differently. You cannot be crossing it the way you used to do before the road was reconstructed.Dr. James Mwangi - CEO Equity Bank
Another reason why i aim at getting a fist class honours... Am frm a graduation ceremony at our skul en the guest speaker, Equity Bank CEO, Dr.James Mwangi has just offered 10 job positions to the top 10 best performing graduands in our uni...what a motivation!
By Gilbert koech Kenya needs innovative and creative people in order to improve the living standards of its citizenry and realize the blue print of vision 2030, Equity CEO Dr. James Mwangi has sa...
Dr. James Mwangi, Equity Bank 'My Role Model is Nelson Mandela; The way he has changed people’s lives inspires me every day.'
African Banker magazine invites you to attend the first in a new series of Africa focused sessions at the IMF-World Bank meetings. This premier event will be an action-packed afternoon that will focus on key issues related to growth and development across the African continent including issues such as increasing trade flows, internally and globally, and how to ensure SMEs can play a bigger role in the economy. We've prepared a vibrant panel of experts including: HE Rundheersing Bheenick, Governor, Bank of Mauritius; Felix Bikpo, CEO, African Guarantee Fund; H.E. Stuart Comberbach, Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Japan and Dean of the African Diplomatic Corps (ADC) in Tokyo; Jean-Louis Ekra, President, Afreximbank; Omari Issa, CEO, Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF); Tunde O. Lemo, Deputy Governor, Operations, Central Bank of Nigeria; James Mwangi, CEO and Managing Director, Equity Bank; Masayuki Tamagawa, Head, External Representation Office for Asia, African Development Bank; Tim Turner, Director, P ...
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