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Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB)

Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) logoKenya Commercial Bank (KCB) is a financial services provider headquartered in Kenya. KCB is East Africa's largest commercial bank with 215 branches spread across Kenya, Tanzania, Southern Sudan, Uganda and Rwanda. It has over 700 ATMs including partnerships with Pesapoint (110) and Kenswitch (250).

The bank's shares are cross-listed at the Nairobi Stock Exchange, Uganda Securities Exchange, Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange and Rwanda over the Counter Market. Kenya Commercial Bank is a member of the KCB Group of companies.
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Headquarter Nairobi, Kenya
Key People Peter Muthoka (Chairman), Martin Oduor-Otieno (CEO)
Company Type Public (NSE: KCB)
Head Office Kencom House, Moi Avenue, Nairobi
Phone +254 07 32187000
Fax +254 07 32187001
Official Site www.kcbbankgroup.com Website
SWIFT Code KCBLKENX
Founded 1896
ID: 1469. Updated: 17.02.2014

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