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Bryan Yusuf
Intellectual Property (IP) assets make up one of the most valuable assets or properties that a business owns. IP assets are in their nature intangible and in many cases are worth more than the tangible assets of a business. Intellectual property assets are protected by law, therefore, giving the owner legal recognition and the right...
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There are several duties of a company director in Kenya under the Companies Act 2015. Being a company director means that you are legally responsible for the running of the company. A director is defined under the Companies Act as a person occupying the position of a director of the company or any person in...
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The coronavirus outbreak has caused a lot of economic hardship to businesses globally. Many businesses are finding it hard to fulfil their contractual obligations to customers, suppliers and other stakeholders like employees. Many companies and individuals in business are wondering whether the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is a force majeure event that can allow them to...
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Fintech regulation globally has always been reactive and the approach in Kenya is not any different. Despite Kenya being a pioneer in financial inclusion through its early adoption of mobile money transfer systems, the country lacks a single and comprehensive regulatory framework that deals with this technology-based business. What is fintech? Fintech can be defined...
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The Government of Kenya has published a bill that seeks to exempt first time home buyers from paying stamp duty. The bill is seen as a move by the Uhuru Kenyatta government to promote home ownership among most Kenyans. This is in line with President Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda which among other things seeks to...
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