As part of his visit to Kenya, Tim Murphy, General Counsel at Mastercard met with Patrick Ngugi Njoroge, Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya to discuss their shared commitment to bringing the latest digital payment safety and security technologies to east Africa.

“Our goal is to provide Kenyans access to the tools and solutions that will make life more convenient and their money more secure through electronic payments.  Without a doubt, safety and security is our number one priority,” says Murphy. “With the shift to digital payments happening at an unprecedented rate, we will see more change in payment technology over the coming five years than we have seen over the last five decades.  As technology evolves, Mastercard is committed to remaining at the forefront, driving innovation in Kenya and around the globe.”

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