Kenya needs a green taxonomy to enhance environmental sustainability

A green taxonomy is an official classification or catalogue that defines a minimum set of assets, projects and sectors that are eligible to be defined as “green” or environmentally friendly. Green taxonomy supports emerging national policy and voluntary private sector initiatives by augmenting sustainable finance

Fears of an impending global recession rife as world economies experience financial disruptions

World leaders assembled in Davos, Switzerland, for the 2022 World Economic Forum annual meeting against a backdrop of deepening global friction and uncertainties. It is against this backdrop that world leaders discussed the most pressing issues at the moment: Ukraine and the future of the

Effects of Government Domestic Borrowing to Private Sector Investment in Kenya

By: John Mburu The EGCL Institute recently conducted a study on the impact that Government domestic borrowing has on private sector investment in Kenya. In summary, the study established that Government domestic borrowing can affect private investment negatively by reducing the amount of credit available