Kenya: Meet the Kenyan Women Leading in Finance As 100 Wf Celebrates Debut in Kenya – AllAfrica – Top Africa News
100 Women in Finance (“100WF”), a global non-profit finance industry organisation, marked their formal launch in Kenya by ringing the closing bell at Nairobi Securities Exchange.
100WF’s global network and programs build a more diverse and gender-equitable finance industry by promoting diversity of thought, raising visibility, and empowering women to find their personal path to career success.
Speaking about the launch, Absa Group Managing Executive, Transactional Banking and Executive Sponsor Banking on Women Absa, Yasmin Masithela commented: “It is an absolute delight to see our vision and partnership with 100WF come alive in Africa through the Kenya – East Africa launch. This is a milestone event in our partnership and signifies the importance we collectively place on accelerating the representation and advancement of economic empowerment of women in the financial services sector, providing them with leadership opportunities and harnessing partnerships that will enable us to achieve our goals regarding gender equity.”
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