Kenya Commercial Bank

Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) is a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. As of December 2010, it was among the three largest commercial banks in Kenya with assets of more than US$2.65 billion (KES:223 billion), and shareholders capital valued at US$486 million (KES:40.9 billion). The other two large Kenyan commercial banks are Barclays Bank Kenya and Standard Chartered Bank Kenya. As of December 2010, KCB Group, the parent company of KCB Kenya, had the largest branch network in Kenya (168 branches) of all 44 licensed commercial banks in the country.

Shares of the stock of Kenya Commercial Bank Group (KCB Group), the parent company of Kenya Commercial Bank, are listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE), under the symbol (KCB). The Group's stock is also cross listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE), the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) and the Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).

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