Kenya Bankers Association (KBA)-2019 Certified Development Champion

Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) is a 2019 East Africa Certified Development Champion offered by Public Opinions International in appreciation of its contribution towards attainment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Kenya.Kenya Bankers Association is listed among the East Africa TOP100 Sustainable Development Agencies.Listed by Public Opinions International a research,Public Relations,Public Awareness and Information Dissemination Firm based in Kampala,Uganda.

Kenya Bankers Association was registered as an Industry Association on 16th July 1962 by the Registrar of Trade Unions. In its formative years, the main aim of the Association was to cater for the interests of the member banks in negotiating terms and conditions of service of its unionisable employees and as far as possible standardize management practices so as to ensure harmony in the industry.

Over time, the ambition of the Association evolved to include promoting industry development and economic growth by engaging the government and sector regulator, Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). This KBA ambition was reinforced in 2012 when the Association launched its new brand and ambition statement: One Industry. Transforming Kenya.

To reinforce the banking industry's ability to be a primary driver of the economy's development aspiration, the mandate of the Association was redefined and enshrined in the KBA 2014-2018 Strategic Plan. The core focus was broadened to include lobbying and advocacy and championing industry development and innovation by coordinating the members and partnering with stakeholders on strategic initiatives.

As the umbrella body of the institutions licenes and regulated by the CBK with a current membership of 46 financial institutions, KBA continues to reinforce a reputable and professional banking sector in a bid to best support Kenyans, who entrust their ambitions and hard-earned resources with its member banks.

VISION: Enhancing KBA's position as the voice of banking; and an innovative leader within the financial services sector in order to reinforce the industry's ability to be a primary driver of the economy's development aspirations.

MISSION: To be the voice of banks through thought leadership anchored in research and analysis. To champion industry development through innovation, advocacy and the promotion of "fair play" among banks.

KBA Structure & Governance

KBA is an association of the 46 member banks and Secretariat that is situated at International House in Nairobi. The banks constitute the General Body and are represented by their Managing Directors or Chief Executive Officers.

The KBA General Body elects a Governing Council that is comprised of a minimum of 12 CEOs who represent the members and oversee the Secretariat's operations, programs and budget.

The KBA Secretariat has a full- time staff compliment which manages day to day operations under the leadership of Chief Executive Officer, Mr.Habil Olaka.

KBA activities are managed by the Secretariat which works in consultation with the following Committees and Sub Committees:

  1. Operations & Technical Committee
    - Clearing House Sub Committee
    - National Payments Sub Committee
    - Credit Sub Committee
    - Islamic Finance Advisory Sub Committee
  2. Bank Fraud & Risk Committee
    - Bank Fraud and Security Sub Committee
    - Bank Forensics Sub Committee
    - Bank IT Systems, Risk & Security Sub Committee
  3. Legal Affairs and Compliance Committee
  4. Finance & Audit Committee
    - Tax Sub Committee
  5. Human Resources & Ethics Committee
  6. Public Relations Committee

IN ADDITION TO WIDENING THE ASSOCIATION'S SCOPE, OVER THE YEARS KBA HAS WITNESSED A COMMENDABLE INCREASE IN MEMBERSHIP.

  1. African Banking Corp. Ltd
  2. Bank of Africa Kenya Ltd
  3. Bank of India
  4. Bank of Baroda (K) Ltd
  5. Barclays Bank of Kenya Ltd
  6. Stanbic Bank Ltd
  7. Chase Bank (K) Ltd (In Receivership)
  8. Citibank N.A.
  9. Commercial Bank of Africa Ltd
  10. Consolidated Bank of Kenya Ltd
  11. Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd
  12. Credit Bank Ltd
  13. Development Bank (K) Ltd
  14. Diamond Trust Bank (K) Ltd
  15. Dubai Bank Ltd (In Receivership)
  16. Dubai Islamic Bank (Kenya) Ltd
  17. Ecobank Limited
  18. Spire Bank
  19. Equity Bank Ltd
  20. Family Bank Ltd
  21. Faulu Micro-Finance Bank
  22. Guaranty Trust Bank
  23. First Community Bank Ltd
  24. Guardian Bank Ltd
  25. Gulf African Bank Ltd
  26. Habib Bank A.G. Zurich
  27. HFC Ltd
  28. Imperial Bank Ltd (In Receivership)
  29. I & M Bank Ltd
  30. Jamii Bora Bank Ltd
  31. KCB Bank Kenya Ltd
  32. Kenya Women Microfinance Bank
  33. Mayfair Bank Ltd
  34. Middle East Bank (K) Ltd
  35. M Oriental Bank Ltd
  36. National Bank of Kenya Ltd
  37. NIC Bank Ltd
  38. Paramount Universal Bank Ltd
  39. Prime Bank Ltd
  40. Postbank
  41. Rafiki Microfinance Bank
  42. Sidian Bank
  43. Standard Chartered Bank (K) Ltd
  44. SBM Bank (Kenya) Ltd
  45. Transnational Bank Ltd
  46. UBA Kenya Bank Ltd
  47. Victoria Commercial bank Ltd

 

Kenya Bankers Association 
13th Floor, International House 
Mama Ngina Street, Nairobi
Call Us: +254-20-2221704 / +254-20-2217757 
               +254-20-2224014 / +254-20-2224015
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
P.O.Box 73100 -00200 
Nairobi, Kenya

 

Recognised by
P
ublic Opinions International
Kampala,Uganda
East Africa
Tel:+256701992426
Tel:256774992426
Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web:www.publicopinions.net