Banks Kenya

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Kenya Commercial Bank Group  
Kenya Commercial Bank dates back to 1896 when its predecessor, the National Bank of India, opened a small branch in the coastal town, Mombasa. In 1958 Grindlays Bank of Britain merged with the National Bank of India to form the National and Grindlays Bank.

Central Bank of Kenya  
Mission The Central Bank plays a unique role in the economy and performs various functions not normally carried out by commercial banks. Over time the functions of the Bank have evolved with the changing economic conditions. As stipulated in the Central Bank of Kenya (Amendment Act), 1996 its main task is that of "maintaining price stability and fostering liquidity, solvency and proper functioning of a stable market-based financial system". It is therefore responsible for formulating and executing monetary policy, supervising and regulating depository institutions, assisting the Government's financing operations and serving as Government banker, in line with contemporary central banking practice the world over.

Akiba Bank Limited  
Akiba Bank Limited is one of the leading bank in kenya.

East African Development Bank  
The East African Development Bank (EADB) provides development finance in the East African countries of Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. Its mission is one of "strengthening socio-economic development and regional integration".

Mission We mobilize resources and offer credit to maximize value and economically empower the microfinance clients and other stakeholders by offering customer-focused quality financial services.

I&M Bank  
Vision To become a company where the best people want to work, the first choice where customers want to do business, and where shareholders are happy with their investment.

MISSION: “We commit to provide intergrated financial solutions, innovatively managing customer relationships for wealth creation”

Mission "To be recognised as the leading SME bank that encourages enterpreneurship,with a reputation for providing a proactive and personalized service while practicing the highest standards of integrity in all that we do''

NIC Bank  
Our Vision "To establish long term, profitable customer relationships through the provision of a complete range of banking and financial services"


National Bank of Kenya  
Mission “At National Bank, we are dedicated to excellence in providing competitive Financial Solutions, meeting the changing needs of our customers, being a responsible Corporate Citizen, providing attractive opportunities to our emplo

Co-operative Bank Of Kenya  
The Co-operative Bank of Kenya ('the Bank') is incorporated in Kenya under the Co-operative Societies Act, and is also licensed to do the business of banking under the Banking Act.

Consolidated Bank  
Consolidated Bank of Kenya Ltd is a premier commercial bank with 16 years experience in the market. Currently, the bank has 10 branches and one agency located in various parts of the country. The bank enjoys an independent, dynamic, results oriented culture and a flexible and innovative approach. We understand the environment in which our clients operate and offer a service built on personalised and specialised banking solutions. The bank is Information and Communication Technology driven and has implemented an on-line real time banking system (Bankmaster) that enables transactions to be carried out at any of our branches.

Today Charterhouse Bank Limited has ten branches, Head Office and the First branch are located on the 6th Floor at Longonot Place, Kijabe Street, Nairobi. The second branch, based in Mombasa was opened in June 2003. The third branch is in Nakumatt Supermarket, Ngong Road, Nairobi. The fourth branch located in Nakumatt Mega supermarket on Uhuru highway and the fifth branch is in Nakumatt Ukay supermarket in Westlands, Sixth branch is in village market, the seventh branch and eighth branches are located in mombasa's Nakumatt Nyali and Likoni branches. The ninth branch is in Nakumat Kisumu and the tenth branch is in Nairobi's Nakumatt Lifestyle branch

Stanbic Bank  
At Stanbic Bank Kenya we take pride in being part of a large banking group rooted in Africa but reaching out to all corners of the world.

Dubai Bank (K) Ltd  
Dubai Bank (K) Limited is a major commercial bank of Kenya, with the initial licence having been granted in 1982. The Bank has exhibited strident growth.

Family Bank  
Our Mission: "We positively transform lives by providing micro and other financial services through efficient, quality and reputable practises"

Trans National Bank Ltd., Kenya  
Trans National Bank Ltd (TNB) is providing commercial banking services to Kenyan market and to international fraternity having investment, business, tourism etc. links with Kenya.

Manya Krobo Rural Bank Limited  
The Bank was established in 1978 by the Krobo Women Association based in Accra. It was the 5th Rural Bank to be established in Ghana.

Imperial Bank  
For over 14 years Imperial Bank Ltd. has been actively engaged in financing corporation and individuals in Kenya. We provide a broad range of financing products for companies and organisations and consumer financing through our branches located in the two major cities of Kenya...

Chase Bank  
Mission “We build financial relationships with our clients and principal that are mutually beneficial. We strive to make a difference in our relationships with our clients in the communities that we serve, in our professionalism and in our service delivery. Through these efforts we will deliver value and returns to our stakeholders that compare with the best in class in the economies in which we operate”