Ag. Director Banking Services & Marketing Mr. I.S.J Obuon with a customer Ms. Faith Mutua during the launch of Akiba Savings Account in Mlolongo, Machakos County. The product is specifically designed to instill savings discipline among Kenyan savers.
As part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Postbank donated plastic seats to Osiepe Women Group in Kisumu.
This donation targets to ensure that the Women Group sustains her economic activities.
The Group is engaged in table banking, hiring out of seats and chicken rearing.
The Bank believes in sustainable living and a strong sense of Corporate Social Responsibility.
That is why we endeavor to lend a helping hand whenever we can.
Postbank launched the opening of Kericho Branch as it progresses a business expansion strategy aimed at tapping into counties in emerging markets. Previously, the Bank had been hosted by Postal Office and the new location is strategic towards strengthening its network to facilitate banking and bill payment convenience.
The Bank was officially opened by the Kericho County Governor, H.E. Prof. Paul Chepkwony.
The official launch of Iten Branch was graced by His Excellency The Governor of Elgeyo Marakwet Eg. Tolgos and H.E. Governor of Uasin Gishu Mr. Jackson Mandago together with senior County officials.
In attendance was the Ag. Head of Retail Banking Ms. Margaret Kibogy and Business Growth Manager Rift Valley Mr. Geoffrey Ngugi.
From Left: Chairman Elgon East Water Users Association Mr. Nashan Kennedy, Ag. Business Growth Manager Western Mary Rono, and Kisumu Regional Sales Coordinator Collins Konya during the official signing of the partnership.
Under this partnership residents of kapsokwony, Namurio, Chemoge, Kaptama and Kaboywo among other areas will be able to pay their water bills through Postbank branches and Postbank Mashinani Agents outlets.
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.