NBK is a large financial services provider in Kenya, serving individuals, small-to-medium companies and businesses (SMEs) and large corporations. Headquartered in Nairobi, the bank owns one subsidiary company: NatBank Trustee and Investment Services Limited. As of December 2018, National Bank of Kenya’s asset base was valued at approximately US$1.122 billion (KES:115.143 billion), with shareholders’ equity valued at about US$67.6 million (KES:6.936 billion). Following the acquisition of the shares of NBK by KCB Group in September 2019, the shares of NBK were de-listed from the Nairobi Securities Exchange on 16 September 2019
The bank owns the following subsidiary companies in which it has 100% shareholding
As of October 2019, the stock of National Bank of Kenya is owned by the Kenya Commercial Bank Group, a large financial conglomerate, with subsidiaries in seven Eastern African countries and total assets of over $7.013 billion, as of October 2019.
At the time of acquisition of NBK, KCB Group stated that it intended to run NBK as a stand-alone subsidiary, for a period of at least two years, after which NBK would be integrated with KCB Bank Kenya Limited.
In October 2019, KCB Group appointed a new board of directors for its subsidiary National Bank of Kenya. The following are the board members: