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Judiciary, KDIC Strengthen Ties on Key Areas.

The Judiciary will closely partner with the Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation with the aim of speedily dispensing justice in the area of bank resolution in the country and other Corporation-related mandate that require judicial solutions. This is according to Chief Justice Martha Koome. 

Speaking at her Supreme Court Office during a courtesy call by KDIC’s Chief Executive Officer Mr. Mohamud A. Mohamud, the C.J noted that the Corporation’s mandate was an incentive for risk management  and stability of the financial sector.

CEO Mr. Mohamud making his presentation during a courtesy call to C.J Martha Koome at the Supreme Court.

Lauding the Corporation for its achievements over the years, her ladyship Koome assured that the Judiciary will expeditiously handle pending  cases relating to bank resolution, aimed at protecting depositors. “You are doing a fantastic job. You must be commended for what you are doing to reduce risks in this area and ensure predictability for investment,” she observed.

C.J Koome, CEO Mohamud and their support staff pose for a group photo soon after the courtesy call. 

The C.J added: “Depositors must not suffer for mistakes that are not theirs. We appreciate the impact of efficient dispute resolution on the country’s business climate and investor confidence. We are therefore prioritizing the efficiency of commercial courts.”  

On his part, Mr. Mohamud who enumerated KDIC’s milestones over the years, affirmed the Corporation’s strategic collaboration with government agencies and other stakeholders on areas of mutual interests.


He noted that the area of knowledge sharing was critical in achieving the common public policy objective. 

KDIC is currently overseeing the resolution of 19 financial institutions.