About sQuid Kenya

“sQuid Kenya delivers smart digital transaction solutions
that streamline business operations & improve lives."

Company overview

sQuid Kenya delivers a range of eMoney services for corporates, cashless payment solutions for education, and digital transaction solutions for humanitarian aid & development programmes through its end-to-end platform and proprietary technology.

Regulated by the Central Bank

As a regulated eMoney issuer, we comply with national regulators' requirements for payment systems and operate within the conditions set out by each nation’s regulator in compliance with its Provision of Information requirements and anti-money laundering regulations. In Kenya we're regulated by the Central Bank.

The Team

Driven by our General Manager, Simon Kaniu, we strive to do business on a personal basis, ensuring that the company’s values are delivered through our people every day. We’re very proud of our team and our work ethic, as we deliver smarter solutions for our clients, partners and consumers.


A positive culture and driven workforce, working at sQuid Kenya enables you to be at the forefront of the FinTech industry, working on solutions that not only streamline business procedures and cut costs, but also help make the world a better place.

> Save the Children partners with sQuid to deliver aid programme in drought-affected Somalia

Save the Children, the international humanitarian agency, has partnered with sQuid, the digital transaction solutions provider, to deliver much-needed aid to families displaced by drought and conflict in north-east Somalia.

9 June 2017

> UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson meets the sQuid Kenya team during visit to East Africa

As part of his three day tour of east Africa, the UK's Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs, the Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP, attended a Technology and Innovation event, held at the High Commissioner's residence in Nairobi.

17 March 2017