Only a week after launching a new Branch in Eastleigh, DIB Bank Kenya has today launched a new branch at Bondeni in Mombasa, increasing its footprint in Mombasa to two branches. The new branches are geared at enhancing the bank’s reach at key business locations to cater for its target customers segments of Commercial Enterprises, Small and Medium Enterprises and Individual customers.
The opening of a second branch in the Coastal city of Mombasa, home to the largest and busiest port in East Africa, is a further step in the implementation of a plan that will see the bank expand its business activities in the Kenyan market to meet the needs of its fast-growing Commercial Enterprises and Small and Medium Enterprises customer base across the country.
With a second branch in Mombasa, DIB Bank seeks to meet the growing need of Shariah-compliant financial services in a city with a vibrant economy largely driven by business emanating from the Port of Mombasa, general trade, tea, tourism and manufacturing including cement manufacturing.
“Since we launched the DIB brand in Kenya two years ago, we have continued to invest in the country with the objective of growing our business in Kenya and to widen our branch network in order to be closer to our customers” said DIB Bank Kenya Chief Executive Officer Peter Makau.Loading...
“The new branch, which is conveniently located at the Suhufi Plaza in Bondeni Mombasa along Abdul Nassir road, will give residents of Mombasa community the opportunity to benefit from DIB Bank Kenya’s Sharia-compliant banking products and services. Currently, DIB has presence in Nairobi and Mombasa with 5 strategically located branches in these cities,” added Mr. Makau
Those present at the launch included Mombasa County Senator Mohamed Faki Mwinyihaji, CEC Finance & Economic Ms Maryan Mbaruk, The Chief Officer Devolution Ms Illhan Abass, prominent Mombasa business personalities and DIB Directors Dr. Stephen Mainda and Mr. Michael Murphy.
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