Postbank Ag. Managing Director Ms. Anne Karanja (R) and Equatorial Commercial Bank Ag. Managing Director Ms. Shamira Dostmohamed (L) during the official launch of the Agency Banking partnership.
ECB customers will now access banking services through our 102 branches and over 1000 Postbank Mashinani Agents countrywide.
From Left: Postbank Board Director Dr. Urbanus Kioko, Ag. Managing Director Ms. Anne Karanja, PS Ministry of Information Communications & Technology Mr. Joseph Tiampati and Postbank Board Chairman Hon. Fred Kapondi during the official launch at a Nairobi Hotel. M-Sawa Mobile Account will provide customers with an affordable, trusted, fast, safe and convenient access to banking services. M-Sawa allows you to check your balance, deposit, withdraw, transfer and receive funds from wherever you are. Enjoy the convenience of a bank in your pocket.
Postbank staff members pose to celebrate the launch of M-Sawa Mobile Account. From Left ; Jackie Sankei, Prisca Kemboi, Judy Kigen, Rajab Ahmed, Silas Kipchirchir and Hillary Ngetich.
Seated from Left; Mr. Nzomo Mutuku, Ag. Managing Director Ms. Anne Karanja, Chairman Hon. Fred Kapondi and Mr. Edward Mugo Ngigi Standing from Left; Dr. Urbanus Kioko and Company Secretary Ms. Mercy Mbijiwe.
Mr. Edward Mugo Ngigi and Dr. Urbanus Kioko have been appointed as members of Postbank Board of Directors.
The Board is appointed by the Treasury and provides guidance and direction to the bank operations.
From Left: Minister for Water & Sanitation Makueni County Mr. Jacobas Kiilu,
Ag. Head of Retail Banking Mr. Sammy Muriu and Nol-Turesh Managing Director,
Mr. Jeremy Mutende during the official inauguration of the partnership.
The public can now pay their water bills through our Postbank branches
and Mashinani Agents countrywide. This follows the partnership agreement with Nol-turesh
Loitoktok Water & Sanitation Company Ltd which covers Loitoktok, Emali, Salama, Kajiado, Makueni and Machakos areas.
Business Growth Manager Rift Valley Mr. Geoffrey Ngugi (In blue T-Shirt), during the handover
of the water tank to Nabulon Primary School. Postbank has aligned herself with
CSR projects that seek to empower communities in areas of operation achieve their full potential.
This CSR project is focused on ensuring sustainable access to safe water and basic sanitation through
donation of water tanks to needy schools within the 6 regions.
Business Growth Manager Nairobi North, Ms. Margaret Kibogy during a recent visit and donation to Mama Fatuma
Children's home in Eastleigh.
Postbank has over the years participated in various community based initiatives to support the less
fortunate regardless of their cultural backgrounds.
Rose Musyoki (Cashier) deposits cash for a Smata Account holder during the multi stakeholders meeting held recently.
The objective of the meeting was to share YouthSave project milestones.