NAIROBI – Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) branch network in East Africa region has hit the 200 mark, with the opening of a new branch in Juba, Southern Sudan.
Group Chief Executive, Martin Oduor-Otieno said the milestone reflected the bank’s commitment to taking financial and banking services closer to the marketplace.
“To operate 200 branches in five countries is a major milestone for the bank and a big statement on the direction we want this business to take as a leader in financial intermediation in the region,” he said yesterday.
He added that the bank this week opened its 199th branch in Kigali, Rwanda.
KCB currently operates in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and in Juba, Rumbek, Yei and Bentiu urban centres in Southern Sudan.