KCB feted at the Automotive Industry 100 Awards (AIA).
Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) has emerged as winner of the coveted ‘Best Bank in Auto Finance 2023′ award at the Automotive Industry 100 Awards (AIA).
The AIA is a event that annually recognises excellence within the automotive industry.
While receiving the accolade at Sarova Panafric Hotel in Nairobi, Robert Mburu, the Head of Asset Finance and Insurance Premium at KCB, said, “At KCB Bank, we are devoted to creating value for everyone we touch, encompassing our valued customers, stakeholders, and dedicated staff members. Our unwavering commitment to prioritizing our customers’ needs drives us to consistently offer competitive and groundbreaking products, even in the face of a challenging landscape.”
Mr. Mburu underscored KCB’s extensive asset finance portfolio, which encompasses financing solutions for motor vehicles, trucks, buses, and equipment.
He also underscored the bank’s pioneering role in advancing e-mobility solutions, which align seamlessly with the government’s imperative for environmental preservation.
“We are unwavering in our dedication to sustainability. Our aim is to contribute to a planet that is even better than the one we inherited. Customer satisfaction remains our lodestar. We are attentive to our customers’ voices and are steadfast in delivering products that deeply resonate with their aspirations. Furthermore, our commitment to sustainability extends beyond mere financial considerations, encompassing vital social and environmental dimensions,” he elaborated.
KCB Group has over 354 branches, 26,394 Agents/POS Merchants and 1,103 ATMs.
The bank also offers Mobile Banking through the KCB App, Internet Banking and Diaspora Banking Services platform that can be accessed 24/7 basis.
The Bank services over 26.8 million customers across the region.
KCB has overtaken Equity Bank to become the largest lender in the country by asset size.
According to regulatory filings, KCB’s total assets stood at Ksh1. 55 trillion in the year ending December 2022, compared to Equity’s total assets of Ksh1. 44 trillion.