KCB Bank Kenya Limited
|Headquarters||Kencom House, Moi Avenue, Nairobi, Kenya and KCB Plaza, Upperhill, Nairobi, Kenya|
Chief Executive Officer
|Products||Loans, credit cards, savings, investments, mortgages|
|Revenue||: Aftertax: US$104.9 million (KES:8.8 billion) (2010)|
|Total assets||US$3.681 billion+ (KES:366 billion) (2015)|
KCB Bank Kenya Limited, also KCB Bank Kenya, is a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. It is licensed as a commercial bank, by the Central Bank of Kenya, the central bank and national banking regulator. The bank has also been running Agency banking model.
As of December 2015, KCB Bank Kenya was the largest commercial bank in Kenya with assets of more than US$3.681 billion (KES:366 billion) and US$2.776 billion (KES:276 billion) in customer deposits.
KCB Bank Kenya roots trace back to July 1896 when its parent company, KCB Group, was formed as a branch of the National Bank of India in Mombasa. In 1958, Grindlays Bank merged with the National Bank of India to form the National and Grindlays Bank. Upon independence, the Government of Kenya acquired 60% shareholding in National & Grindlays Bank in an effort to bring banking closer to the majority of Kenyans. In 1970, the Government took full control of the Bank and renamed it to Kenya Commercial Bank Group.
KCB Bank Kenya, as we now know it, was incorporated in 2015 as a result of the corporate restructure of Kenya Commercial Bank Group (KCB Group) Prior to November 2014, Prior to 2015, KCB Group was both a licensed bank and a holding company for its subsidiaries. This was in compliance with the Kenya Finance Act No.57 of 2012. KCB Group Limited announced, in April 2015, its intention to incorporate a new wholly owned subsidiary, KCB Bank Kenya Limited, to which it would transfer its Kenyan banking business, assets and liabilities. The re-organisation converted KCB Group Limited into a non-trading holding company that owns both banking and non-banking subsidiary companies.
Kenya Commercial Bank Group
- KCB Bank Kenya Limited – Nairobi, Kenya
- KCB Bank Burundi Limited – Bujumbura, Burundi
- KCB Bank Rwanda Limited – Kigali, Rwanda
- KCB Bank South Sudan Limited – Juba, South Sudan
- KCB Bank Tanzania Limited – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
- KCB Bank Uganda Limited – Kampala, Uganda
- KCB Foundation Limited – Nairobi, Kenya
- KCB Sports Sponsorship Limited – Nairobi, Kenya
- Savings & Loan Kenya Limited – Nairobi, Kenya.
Shares of Kenya Commercial Bank Group (KCB Group) are listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE), under the symbol (KCB). The Group's stock is also cross listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE), the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) and the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).
As of December 2015, KCB has more than 250 branches throughout Kenya, making it the largest banking network in the country. It has the largest number of own-branded ATMs in Kenya. At that time, it served over 7 million account holders.
Officers & Management
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