The European Investment Bank has signed two new credit lines for East-Africa this morning for a total of EUR 95 million (Kshs 10.45 billion) to be made available through Equity Bank and HFC Limited to support smaller local projects in Kenya, Tanzania, DRC and Uganda.
EIB Vice President Pim van Ballekom, responsible for operations in East Africa, commented: “The credit lines signed today will not only benefit people in Kenya, but are meant for people in neighbouring countries as well.
Equity Bank’s differentiated strategy results in growth of the Bank’s size to nearly half a trillion on the backdrop of a challenging operating environment
Nairobi….15th March 2017……. Equity Group’s resilient business model weathered a difficult and turbulent operating environment in 2016 to grow its balance sheet size to nearly half a trillion Kenya Shillings.
31/03…The shareholders of Equity Group Holdings (formerly Equity Bank Limited), have approved a raft of resolutions to set the foundation for the firm’s pan African expansion initiative
Bushenyi, September 19th, 2014–Production capacity at Kyamuhunga Tea Company Limited has increased following its year old partnership with Equity Bank.
Nairobi, Monday 26th May 2014: Equity Bank today unveiled its Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) strategy and rollout plan that is set to launch in July 2014.
Nairobi, May 6th 2013...Regional banking group, Equity Bank ongoing focus on product innovation, prudent cost and risk management have paid off with a 21 percent growth in profits before tax in the first quarter ending March 31st 2013.
Nairobi, Feb 28 . . . Regional banking giant, Equity Bank Group has continued to defy macro economic turbulence to deliver strong growth, with profits before tax increasing by 36% to Ksh 17.4 billion up from Ksh12.8 billion realized the previous year.2013
Nairobi, Kenya, 15 January 2013 – MasterCard and Equity Bank of Kenya today announced an agreement at a signing ceremony in Nairobi to issue five-million MasterCard-branded debit and prepaid cards. This program empowers African consumers to use electronic payments which provide a safe and secure way to pay versus cash and other forms of payment.