KCB Group
KCB wins six awards, NBK scoops two at this year’s Think Business banking awards.

KCB Bank triumphed in this year’s celebration of players in Kenya’s insurance industry, winning a total of six awards in an event organized by Think Business Limited.

The bank was recognized as the winner in four categories: most customer-centric bancassurance intermediary, best bancassurance intermediary in non-life and non-embedded products, best bancassurance intermediary in technology application, best bancassurance intermediary in life products.

The regional lender was also the first runners up in risk management award-bancassurance intermediary category and second runners up best bancassurance intermediary.

KCB chief executive Paul Russo welcomed the recognition adding that the group has been at the forefront in providing an enabling environment for economic recovery.

“In our daily endeavors, we have always strived to give a sustainable backing to our customers. These awards are proof that we have been able to meet our customers’ needs and we still promise to always put the customer first.”

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The National Bank of Kenya, a KCB Group subsidiary was recognized as the 1st Runners Up in Best Bancassurance Intermediary and the most customer-centric Bancassurance Intermediary.

“Such recognitions reaffirm our continued efforts to support our customers and are proof that we are indeed impacting this the public positively.”

The awards are organized by Think Business Limited, a strategic research, data, and information company specializing in the financial sector.

The awards are designed to assess, recognize and celebrate innovation, prudence, and stability in the sector by recognizing individuals and organizations that have exhibited outstanding performance in the sector over the past financial year.

The awards focus on process first and most importantly, on financial stability and growth of industry players.

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