Barclays has operated in Kenya for over 90 years. Financial Strength coupled with extensive local and international resources have positioned Barclays Bank of Kenya as a foremost provider of financial services.The main sectors of the Kenyan economy are agriculture, manufacturing, tourism and financial services. Barclays has established an extensive network of 117 outlets with over 230 ATMs spread across the country.
BANK OF AFRICA - KENYA LIMITED (BOA-KENYA)is an all public bank providing banking services to corporate, SME and retail clientele. The bank commenced operations in Kenya in July 2004, after acquiring the Kenyan branch of Credit Agricole Indosuez. The bank has 19 branches in Kenya of which 8 in Nairobi (Uhuru Highway, Monrovia Street, Ruaraka, Nairobi, Westlands, Ngong Road, Embakasi and River Road), 1 in Kisumu ,1 in Nakuru ,1 in Eldoret ,1 in Bungoma,1 in Kericho , 1 in Rongai, 1 in Meru, 1 in Kisii, 1 in Thika and 2 in Mombasa(Mombasa, Changamwe).
Equity Bank commenced business on registration in 1984. It has evolved from a Building Society, a Microfinance Institution, to now the all inclusive Nairobi Stock Exchange and Kenya Securities Exchange public listed Commercial Bank. With over 5.7 million accounts, accounting for over 57% of all bank accounts in Kenya
Family Bank (formely Family Finance Building Society) was registered as a Building Society in October 1984 in Kenya, under the Building Societies Act and commenced operations in the early 1985. Family Bank converted into a fully fledged bank in May 2007 and the main driver for our conversion was the need to offer a wider range of products and services to customers.
K-Rep was established in 1984 as a project that supported the development of Small and Micro Enterprises through NGO managed programs. In 1987, the project was incorporated as local NGO. It changed its original strategy of supporting NGOs with grants and technical assistance, to that of advancing loans to the NGOs, in 1989.
The history of KCB dates back to 1896 when its predecessor, the National Bank of India opened an outlet in Mombasa. Eight years later in 1904, the Bank extended its operations to Nairobi, which had become the Headquarters of the expanding railway line to Kenya.
National Bank Of Kenya are able to provide a secure and professional service to a number of customers in both the Retail and Corporate market sectors. National Bank of Kenya has one of the largest networks in the country