Kenya’s banks have proved themselves to be among Africa’s savviest and most innovative when it comes to tapping the unbanked market. This has helped them and their profits expand quickly in the last few years. With a significant proportion of the market still unbanked, and a relatively small number of mortgages in the country, there is still room for further growth.

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