15 August 2015
Barclays Bank of Kenya has reported an 8% increase in profit after tax
Barclays Bank of Kenya has reported an 8% increase in profit after tax for the half year period ending June 2015. Net profit rose from KES 4.2 billion in June 2014 to KES 4.6 billion on the back of increased earnings from non-interest income lines.
Barclays Bank of Kenya has announced a profit before tax of KES 3.1bn for the period ended 31 March 2015 2015 which represents a 10% growth compared to the same period last year. The bank, one of Kenya’s leading financial solutions providers, has attributed the result mainly to a 13% growth in interest income.
6 March 2015
Barclays Bank of Kenya today reported a 10% increase in profit before tax
Barclays Bank of Kenya today reported a 10% increase in profit before tax of KES 12.3 billion for the year ended 31st December 2014 up from KES 11 billion recorded the previous year.
27 January 2015
Speech by the Barclays Bank of Kenya Managing Director
Speech by the Barclays Bank of Kenya Managing Director, Jeremy Awori during the Chinese new year dinner held at the zen gardens, on Friday 23rd January 2014
Relating to the proposed private transfer of the entire equity interest held by Barclays Africa Limited in Barclays Bank of Kenya Limited to Barclays Africa Group Limited.
Effective 27th September 2014, we have reviewed our Consumer Banking Tariff including selected monthly maintenance fees. Please refer to the attached table for a listing of the new fees. An updated tariff guide will be shared next month.
Following the unfortunate fire incident at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) this morning, we wish to advise our customers that they can access normal services at the neighbouring branches, Nakumatt Embakasi and Enterprise Road.
Barclays Bank of Kenya Limited (Barclays Kenya) announced its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2011. Barclays Kenya’s profit before tax increased by 13% to Kshs 5,346mn (2010: Kshs 4,749mn).
Barclays employees across the country are skipping their lunch, to raise funds to help feed the millions of people starving on account of the persistent drought that has plagued the country.