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Equity Bank Limited (The "Bank") is incorporated, registered under the Kenyan Companies Act Cap 486 and domiciled in Kenya. The address of the Bank's registered office is 9th Floor, Equity Centre, P.O. Box 75104 - 00200 Nairobi. The Bank is licensed under the Kenya Banking Act (Chapter 488), and continues to offer retail banking, microfinance and related services. The Bank has subsidiaries in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda and Tanzania. Its shares are listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange and Uganda Securities Exchange.

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  • Head Office
  • Equity Centre, Hospital Road, Upper Hill
  • P.O.Box 75104-00200,Nairobi.
  • Tel: +254 020 2262000
  • Mobile: +254 0711 026000, +254 0732 112000

NIC was incorporated in Kenya on 29th September 1959, when Standard Bank Limited ("Standard") and Mercantile Credit Company Limited (Mercantile) -both based in the United Kingdom - jointly formed the company. The company was amongst the first non-bank financial institutions to provide hire purchase and installment credit finance facilities in Kenya. NIC became a public company in 1971 and is currently quoted on the Nairobi Stock Exchange with approximately 22,000 shareholders. Barclays Bank of Kenya Limited acquired 51% of NIC's total shares through the acquisition of Mercantile in the 1970s and Standard's shareholding in NIC in the 1980s. Between 1993 and 1996, BBK divested its shares, selling 38% of its shares to the public in 1994, and the remaining 20% in 1996 to the First Chartered Securities Group (FCS). Due to changing trends, regulatory requirements in the Kenyan banking industry and the need to meet growing customer requirements, NIC obtained a commercial banking license in 1995. In order to effectively diversify into mainstream commercial banking, NIC Bank merged in November 1997 with African Mercantile Bank Limited (AMBank), which was then owned by FCS, by way of a share swap. The purpose of this merger was to allow NIC Bank to enhance its market position, provide a broader and more efficient range of services to its customers and increase the returns to shareholders.

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  • Head Office
  • Masaba Road, P.O BOX 44599-00100 Nairobi
  • Tel: +254 020 28888505
  • Mobile: +254 711 041 000, 732 141 000

K-Rep was established in 1984 as a project that supported the development of Small and Micro Enterprises through NGO managed programs. In 1987, the project was incorporated as local NGO. It changed its original strategy of supporting NGOs with grants and technical assistance, to that of advancing loans to the NGOs, in 1989.

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  • Head Office
  • K-Rep Center- Kilimani, P.O BOX 25363-00603 Nairobi
  • Tel: +254 020-3906000/1-7
  • Mobile: +254 711-058000/1-30, 732-158000/1-30

Faulu Kenya Deposit Taking Micro-Finance Limited is a limited liability company duly incorporated in Kenya under the Companies Act. The company changed its name to Faulu Kenya Deposit Taking Microfinance (DTM) Limited in 2008 as part of the requirements to obtain the Deposit Taking Licence from the Central Bank of Kenya. In May 2009, Faulu became the first registered DTM in Kenya under the Micro-Finance Act and is regulated by the CBK.

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  • Head Office
  • Business Support Centre Ngong Lane, Off Ngong Road,
  • P.O BOX 60240-00200 City Square, Nairobi
  • Tel: +254 708 111 000

Family Bank (formely Family Finance Building Society) was registered as a Building Society in October 1984 in Kenya, under the Building Societies Act and commenced operations in the early 1985. Family Bank later converted into a fully fledged bank in May 2007 and the main driver for conversion was the need to offer a wider range of products and services to customers.

Family Bank is regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) and is also regularly inspected using CAMEL ratings which look at Capital, Assets, Management, Earnings and Liquidity. Our ratings by the CBK have been favourable over the years.

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  • Head Office
  • Family Bank Towers, Muindi Mbingu Street, P.O BOX 74145-00200 Nairobi
  • Tel: +254 737 325 325

Rafiki Microfinance Bank Limited is the premier relationship microfinance institution, the first to be owned by a commercial bank in the Kenyan market. Rafiki Microfinance Bank was conceived by Chase Group in 2009 and subsequently began operations in 2011.

Our objective is to grow a huge youth brand proposition by focusing on distinctive customer service. Our investment in the best human capital uniquely identifies us in the Kenyan market space. We have grown from a 2 branches foot print in year 2011 to 18 banking branches to date with a target of 60 branches by year 2015.

We endeavor to widen financial access in the microfinance sector through multiple delivery channels and are distinctively positioned to empower communities we operate in to come out of poverty and live in dignity; and for businesses, we enable them to upscale thereby creating wealth and generating employment opportunities to many.

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  • Head Office
  • Rafiki Microfinance Bank, Head office Biashara Street. P.O. Box 12755-00400
  • Tel: +254 730 170 500

Afya Co-operative Savings and Credit Society was registered on 
8th May 1971 by some twenty founder members/promoters. Membership has grown progressively over the past forty years and to date there are over 38,000 members. The Society’s Primary objective is to promote a culture of accelerated monthly savings by the members from which loans are disbursed to them for provident and productive purposes. Out of commitment and concern for members welfare, the Society over the years adopted several operating principles that guide it in its relationship with its members.

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  • Head Office
  • Afya Sacco Society. P.O. Box 11607 – 0400
  • Tel: +254 2223970

Afya Co-operative Savings and Credit Society was registered on 
8th May 1971 by some twenty founder members/promoters. Membership has grown progressively over the past forty years and to date there are over 38,000 members. The Society’s Primary objective is to promote a culture of accelerated monthly savings by the members from which loans are disbursed to them for provident and productive purposes. Out of commitment and concern for members welfare, the Society over the years adopted several operating principles that guide it in its relationship with its members.

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  • Head Office
  • Good Life Sacco Society Ltd. Kigio Plaza, 3rd Floor, Thika Town. P.O.Box 75879- 00200 Nairobi
  • Tel: +254 700 228 376