One Industry. Transforming Kenya

Banking Industry Unveils Partnership With NTV Kenya to Change the Lives of its Customers

Nairobi, Thursday, December 8, 2016 Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) - the umbrella body of the banking industry - has today unveiled a partnership with Nation Media Group's NTV Kenya that will see the television station air an informative program whose goal will be to both promote financial literacy and showcase how banks are positively transforming their customers' lives.
Read More

Kenya Bankers Association (Kba) Statement On Rumours Circulating About Some Of Its Member Banks

Monday, November 21, 2016, In light of the rumours circulating through the social media about the stability and liquidity of various Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) member banks, KBA advises the banking public not to engage on rumours or speculation which are unfounded.
Read More

Consistent Upward Momentum in House Prices in Third Quarter of 2016

Nairobi, Tuesday, November 8, 2016 - The average house prices in Kenya recorded a 2.2 per cent growth during the third quarter of 2016, signifying sustenance of the upward trajectory. According to the Kenya Bankers Association - Housing Price Index (KBA-HPI), the quarter three house prices change represent a faster movement compared to the previous five quarters where they were consistently below 2 per cent and therefore portraying broad market stability in the housing sector.
Read More

Financial Sector Players awarded for enhancing Sustainable Initiatives in Finance

Banking Industry recognises Catalytic Finance that Impacts Industry, Economy and Society
Nairobi, October 5th, 2016... Kenya Bankers Association (KBA), the umbrella body of the banking industry, today held its inaugural Sustainable Finance Catalyst Awards, for banks and other financial sector players that have demonstrated leadership and innovation in balancing the quest for financial returns with the diverse priorities within the sustainable economic, social and environmental context.
Read More

Banking Industry Commitment to Pass on Benefits to Existing Customers

Nairobi, 31 August 2016: Over the past weeks, amendments to the Banking Act have been widely debated by politicians, banking experts, the public, consumer groups and in the media. The voice of Kenyans has come out strongly that banks need to better serve their customers and pass on the benefit of enhanced efficiencies to borrowers and depositors. We appreciate this sentiment and are committed to win back the trust of the banking public by meeting their expectations.
Read More

Statement by Kenya Bankers Association at the Press Briefing

Nairobi 25, August 2016: The banking industry, through the Kenya Bankers Association (KBA), welcomes the spirit of yesterday's decision by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta to assent to the Banking (Amendment) Bill 2015. We believe that the essence of the decision is aligned to the Kenya banking sector's continued commitment to address the fundamental issues that drive up the cost of credit.
Read More

Statement by Kenya Bankers Association on the Banking (Amendment) Act 2015

Nairobi, 24 August 2016: The Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) is committed to bringing down loan interest rates, promoting a savings culture and enhancing consumer protection, so we welcome the spirit of today's decision by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Read More

KBA Statement Issued on 16 August 2016 Regarding Speculation on the Position of the Banking (Amendment) Bill 2015

There are statements being circulated on social media that indicate that His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has taken a position on the Banking (Amendment) Bill 2015. These views are not official and remain unconfirmed. As we await the decision on the matter, the banking industry, through the Kenya Bankers Association, welcomes the opportunity to reengage with the Parliamentary Committee on Finance, Planning and Trade, towards responding to the concerns of the public whilst addressing the issue of interest rates in a sustainable way.
Read More
Need Help ? Contact Us