Standard Bank hosts East Africa—SA meet


Standard Bank will host the East Africa Trans- Regional Conference in Kenya, Nairobi from 11 to 14 April to facilitate business development between clients from the East Africa region and South Africa.

Targeted at clients who have an interest in expanding their operations or partnering with businesses within the East Africa region, the conference will provide delegates with an overview of commerce and industry in East Africa, while presenting opportunities for access to the market and business development.

Over three days, seventy of Standard Bank’s business banking clients from, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Malawi and South Africa will take advantage of networking opportunities in a guided and informative environment.


Standard Bank Africa Head of Commercial Banking, Manessah Alagbaoso, said this is the first of a series of inter-Africa trade conferences aimed at facilitating business development.

“The event underlines our commitment as Standard Bank to create effective partnerships for our clients in the region and across the continent,” he said.

Standard Bank, as Africa’s largest bank, has an established and on-the-ground presence in East Africa.


The conference line-up includes esteemed speakers such as Carole Kariuki, CEO of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA); Dr. Ndiragu Kibata, Strategies Group Head at TAUSPCE and Jibran Qureishi, Standard Bank’s Regional Economist for East Africa.

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