Standard Chartered Kenya
|Key people||Anne Mutahi
Chief Executive Officer
|Products||Loans, Checking, Savings, Investments, Debit Cards|
|Revenue||Aftertax: US$108.7 million (KES:9.26 billion) (2013)|
|Total assets||US$2+ billion (KES:164 billion) (2011)|
Standard Chartered Kenya, whose official name is Standard Chartered Bank (Kenya) Limited, but is sometimes referred to as Stanchart Kenya, is a commercial bank in Kenya. It is a subsidiary of the British multinational financial conglomerate headquartered in London, United Kingdom, known as Standard Chartered. Stanchart Kenya is one of the banks licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya, the national banking regulator.
Standard Chartered Kenya is a large financial services provider in Kenya. According to Kenyan sources, the bank was the 5th largest commercial bank in the country, by assets, as of December 2011. At that time, its total asset valuation was in excess of US$2 billion (KES:164 billion). The value of the shareholders' equity in the institution is not available at this time.
According to the website of the Central Bank of Kenya, the Standard Bank of British South Africa received its commercial banking license in 1910 to start banking operations in British East Africa. In January 1911, it opened its first two branches, one in the national capital, Nairobi, and another in the port city of Mombasa.
In 1969, the bank's name was changed to Standard Chartered Bank of Kenya when the its Parent company, The Standard Bank South Africa merged with the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China forming the Standard Chartered Bank.
|Stanchart Kenya Stock Ownership|
- Standard Chartered
- Standard Chartered Tanzania
- Standard Chartered Uganda
- Standard Chartered Zambia
- Standard Chartered Zimbabwe
- Economy of Kenya
- Anne Mutahi Replaces William Kiboro As Chairperson
- Lamin Manjang Replaces Richard Etemesi As CEO
- StanChart Overtakes Barclays With 14.8% Growth In Earnings
- Net Profit For Year Ended 31 December 2013
- List of Licensed Commercial Banks In Kenya As of December 2011[update]
- List of Six Largest Kenyan Banks As of December 2011[update]
- Stanchart Kenya Licensed In 1910
- Standard Bank established in 1911
- Standard Bank Group - Our history in Africa
- History of Stanchart Kenya
- Standard Chartered Kenya Limited History
- Shareholding In Stanchart Kenya
- Key People At Standard Chartered Kenya
- Lamin Majang Is Chief Executive Officer