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.
Barclays has extended the Bank’s footprint by opening a second branch in Eastleigh. The new branch will exclusively offer Shariah-compliant services, and complement the services rendered by the Barclays 1st Avenue branch in Eastleigh.
Nairobi July 1, 2011 The fourth annual Barclays Bank Business Club Fair opened its doors to the public at the Nairobi Sarit Expo Centre this morning with over 100 local business club members showcasing their products and services.
Nairobi, March 17, 2011 In a move aimed to offer customers more convenience and inclusive banking services, Barclays Bank of Kenya (Barclays Kenya) has waived levies charged for use of the Bank’s automated teller machines (ATMs). Retail customers can now carry out free transactions, including cash withdrawals and balance enquiries, at any of the Bank’s 236 ATMs countrywide.
Nairobi, March 11, 2011...Barclays Bank of Kenya Ltd (Barclays Kenya) has been selected as “Best Retail Bank in Kenya” by Asian Banker magazine. The award is part of the publications annual competition that analyzes institutions from around the world to recognize the firms that set the industry standard.
Barclays Bank of Kenya (Barclays Bank) has identified five destinations in Asia, one in the United Kingdom and one in the United States of America. The purpose of the tours is to facilitate networking opportunities between the Bank’s customers in the SME sector and potential suppliers and partners in foreign countries.
Nairobi, 22 February 2011: Barclays Bank of Kenya Ltd (“Barclays Kenya”) today announced a 51% increase in profits for the year ended 31 December 2010. The record profits of Kshs 13,553 million (2009: Kshs 9,002 million) was boosted by a Kshs 3,544 million gain from the sale of its custody business. Total income increased by 11% to Kshs 26,023 million (2009: Kshs 23,397 million).