Banks Tanzania

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Bank of Tanzania  
The Bank of Tanzania is the central bank of the United Republic of Tanzania. It is responsible for issuing the national currency, the Tanzanian shilling.It was established under the Bank of Tanzania Act 1965, however in 1995 the government decided the central bank had too many responsibilities.

Exim Bank  
Exim Bank is a locally established and privately owned commercial bank. Operations began in August 1997 as a result of the liberalization of the banking and financial sector in Tanzania. The Bank broke even within its first 5 months of operations, which is a rare occurrence in any banking sector.

National Bank of Commerce - NBC Ltd  
NBC Ltd. was formed on 1st April 2000 when NBC(1997)Ltd. was privatised and sold to ABSA Group Ltd. of South Africa. NBC(1997) Ltd. was itself born out of the nationalization of banks and financial institutions in Tanzania in 1967.Tanzania later deregulated banking in 1991. In 1997, a decision was taken to split NBC into three entities, namely NBC Holding Corporation, National Micro-finance Bank (NMB) and NBC (1997) Limited. This was the first step towards the privatization of NBC.

Standard Chartered  
Standard Chartered first opened its doors to the public in Tanzania in 1917 and, following a period of nationalisation, re-opened again in 1993, as the first foreign bank to obtain a licence under the economic reform programme. We now have six branches countrywide, three in Dar es Salaam, and one each in Mwanza, Arusha and Moshi.

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

Vision “To be the Bank of choice for individuals, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises”.

National Microfinance Bank  
Mission NMB will provide access to a full range of financial services to the rural and (peri)-urban population in Tanzania,in a sustainable and viable way, with special attention for micro entrepreneurs, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), rural enterprises and agriculture.

Azania Bank Ltd  
We offer a range of products and services to suit your various needs. Be it a simple and convenient savings plan or business account and loans, we have a dedicated team to meet or exceed your expectations.

Tanzania Investment Bank Limited.  
Mission "To participate in the economic development of Tanzania by being leaders in development financing whilst providing specialised investment banking services on a commercial basis. In doing so, the bank will continuously strive to achieve service excellence through a highly competent workforce and modern technology with the underlying objective of growing shareholder wealth."


Commercial Bank of Africa  
At CBA, we believe that your banking experience should leave you relaxed, not wound up. It should simplify your life, not complicate it.