Climate love

Kihm Francis

31 w

KCB Group

Climate love

Kcb has issued Sh336 billion in green loans over the last one-year to support projects that protect the environment.

KCB has long understood the risk climate change poses to our communities. But with that risk, also comes opportunity such as providing capital to breakthrough new technologies, helping to finance the increased adoption of resource efficiency, renewable energy and supporting the infrastructure that will make our communities more resilient,” “The bank will use its original scale, reach and influence to deploy capital to help accelerate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy,” KCB Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Paul Russo said.

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  • Daryl Cleary

    31 w

    The burning of fuel is the number one thing that is damaging the planet and sickening it’s inhabitants

    • Patrick Kiash

      31 w

      I like their several contributions for a better environment in various ways.

      • Tabitha Kimani

        31 w

        K.C.B leads in many fronts. Great job.

        • Peter Kamau

          31 w

          It's a plausible pact.KCB is way far much ahead of any other banks in the kenyan market that strives to address climate change in a variant of angles.

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