As a Silver Sponsor, the Kingdom Bank’s Diaspora Banking delegates to the Conference will take a leading role in the event’s program agenda, participating in collaborative discussions and emphasizing its role in diaspora banking.
NAIROBI, Kenya: Confirming the Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Conference’s status as the two countries’ premier trade event, the Kingdom Bank Limited, a subsidiary of Cooperative Bank of Kenya, a leading financial institution in East Africa, has been confirmed as a partial sponsor for the upcoming event.
Taking place in Windhoek, Namibia from 1-2June, the event emphasizes collaboration, partnerships, and integration across all economic sectors, where the Kingdom Bank’s Diaspora Banking delegates attending the conference will take a leading role in the event’s program agenda, participating in collaborative discussions and emphasizing its role in diaspora banking.
Kingdom Bank’s role will not only to encourage and guide Kenyans in the Diaspora to invest back home, but also to help introduce and advise on the importance of cooperative societies, the backbone of the financial institution and how the concept worked in Kenya to drive its economic growth.
Kingdom Bank Limited [https://www.kingdombankltd.co.ke/], is a commercial bank in Kenya licensed and regulated by Central Bank of Kenya. The bank is a subsidiary of the Co-operative Bank of Kenya, following its acquisition of Jamii Bora Bank in August 2020 and is now part of the Group with Ksh29.4 Billion [USD 215 Million] Profit Before Tax and Ksh607.2 Billion [USD 4.5 Billion] in Total Assets for Full Year 2022.
Kingdom Bank has a total of 19 branches countrywide. The bank has over 500 Kingdom Bank and Coop Bank ATM outlets and can access more than 25,000 Coop kwa Jirani Agents.
“Kingdom Bank is delighted to be part of the delegates from Kenya to take part in the upcoming Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Conference 2023. We look forward to partner and collaborate with various stakeholders in attendance. Kingdom Bank will be offering banking solutions including transactional, Financing, Insurance, Trade & Investment, Transfer & Payment, Custodial solutions among others,” stated Alice Mwadzoya, Manager – Diaspora Banking.
“We are very excited to partner with Kingdom Bank, the flagship subsidiary of one of East Africa’s top financial institutions, a clear indication that the Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Conference 2023 is well positioned to drive Kenya and Namibia into a new era of enhanced partnership, investment and development,” stated Elvis Mboya, Conference Founder.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Namibia-Kenya Trade and Investment Conference 2023 seeks to attract finance and investment, build links among businesses and investors, and strengthen people-to-people trade between Namibians and Kenyans.
To enhance partnerships between Kenya-Namibia business community.
Kenya-Namibia business community including Namibians in Namibia, Kenyans in Kenya, Kenyans in Namibia, Namibians in Kenya, Namibian returnees from Kenya, Kenyan returnees from Namibia.
-The Conference WhatsApp platform has about 600 members from Kenya-Namibia Business Community, already networking and doing business.
-Business opportunities in Kenya and Namibia (sectoral analysis),
-Business environment in Kenya and Namibia (regulatory framework),
-Strategies of having presence in either Kenya and Namibia (different business models),
-How to identify a potential business partner,
-How to package your business for readiness in engaging in intra Africa trade,
-Sources of business finance both in Kenya and Namibia,
-Role of culture in cross-cultural / cross-border trade, and
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