Building a Kingdom – Case Study of Kingdom Financial Holdings Limited

This article presents a case study of sustained entrepreneurial growth of Kingdom Financial Holdings. It is one of the entrepreneurial banks which survived the financial crisis that started in Zimbabwe in 2003. The bank was established in 1994 by four entrepreneurial young bankers. It has grown substantially over the years. The case examines the origins,

Realizing Personal Economic Independence

An individual is initially dependent on others during the early phase of life; first 20 years. Throughout this phase, the person obtains knowledge on multiple subjects, attains wisdom through manifold observations, and builds up moral strength by means of spiritual/humane practices. Nevertheless, the person is barely in touch with the business world during this phase.

The Psychology of Banking

On understanding the motives of bankers and clients in the banking business using the knowledge of psychology… As financial markets are going through rapid changes and considerable turmoil, I thought I must do a psychology of banking. I’ll steer clear of all economics and focus simply on what it means to be a banker or

Semi Truck Finance – Bad Credit

Did you know that if you are interested in purchasing a semi truck, it is now easier than ever to find the perfect one for your business, dealership, or fleet, even in these tough economic times. If you are a company driver and you are tired of all the nonsense you have to deal with

Procurement Skills – The 6 Key Financial Skills All Buyers Should Have

The term “financial skills” covers a range of activities that a professional buyer or procurement executive needs to have if they are to deliver value for money and manage commercial risk for their organisation. However, these skills are not always covered by conventional training which means that a buyer could be creating needless exposure both