Mr. Habil Olaka (R), CEO, KBA, presenting the Global Money Week celebrations award to Postbank's COO, Sylvester Obuon (L)
Postbank recently got an award from the Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) for its exemplary performance in the 2018 Global Money Week celebrations. To celebrate the week, the Bank held financial literacy sessions, branch based competitions and Job shadow sessions.
H.E The President Uhuru Kenyatta is taken through the seamless 'Inua-Jamii' payment process by Postbank's Managing Director, Ms.Anne Karanja during the launch of the programme at Inchuuni Primary School, Tigania East, Meru County. Postbank was the first bank to disburse funds to senior citizens aged 70 and above.
Postbank Managing Director, Ms. Anne Karanja enjoys a light moment with women from “women groups” during the launch of M-Chama Account. Postbank officially launched M-Chama Account in a colorful ceremony officiated Ministry of Labour Assistant Director In-charge of Social Development Mr. Nicholas Mac'Botongore. M-Chama allows members in a formal group to make deposits into the group’s joint account using M-Pesa. The platform also allows members to request loans from their group’s account with the funds being sent to either the members’ individual accounts or to their M-Pesa accounts upon approval by the groups’ designated signatories. Additionally, the mobile banking service permits signatories of the investment groups to check account balances.