Postbank staff visited Kanduyi children’s home in Bungoma County as a show of love in celebration of Valentines day. The Bank also donated food stuff, mattresses and blankets; an affirmation of our commitment to the community’s well-being.
Postbank Managing Director Ms. Anne Karanja (middle) rewards the grand prize winner Ms. Naomi Kamau (left) at Postbank Head Office Branch. Looking on is the Postbank Imarika model.
The promotion aimed at rewarding the bank’s customers with exciting prizes for participation in the promotion by undertaking the Bank’s range of flexible savings products to secure their financial future. Customers were also expected to improve their financial wellbeing by increasing their savings deposits to qualify for any of the prizes on offer. The three-month promotion commenced on 30th May and ended on 28th August 2016 with the grand winner bagging Kshs. 1,000,000
Postbank Head Office Branch Manager Ms. Jeniffer Matiru awards a winner Mr. Jameson Kingori for participating in the “Imarika na Postbank” promotion.
The “Imarika na Postbank promotion is a drive to encourage Kenyans to save money . The Bank appreciates the importance of promoting domestic savings to sustain the fast economic growth that the country continues to experience. Postbank stands out from other financial institutions as a purely savings institution and has continued to introduce various savings instruments in an effort to meet the needs of different target groups that include youth, business men, children, salary payments and retirees. These efforts are steered towards instilling a savings culture among Kenyans. Additionally, Postbank customers enjoy competitive interest rates that are tax free.
Postbank’s Manager Products and Sales, Mr. Kasio Mutuku (R) presents a dummy cheque to Inspector General, Mr. Joseph Boinett (L). The Bank supported the Police Track and Field Championships that was recently held at Kasarani