Prime Bank Kenya (PBKL) is a commercial bank in Kenya, licensed and supervised by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), the central bank and national banking regulator. The bank is a mid-sized retail bank that caters to both individuals and corporate clients. As of December 2017, the bank’s total asset base was valued at KES:77.998 Billion (US$784.215 Million), with shareholders’ equity of KES:14.672 Billion (US$147.518 Million).
As at July 2018, Prime Bank was the 15th largest commercial bank in Kenya, out of a total of 39 lenders, based on total assets. At that time, the bank had 24,000 deposit accounts and 4,000 loan accounts, with a market share of 1.82 percent, according to data provided by CBK
The bank investments include:
As of July 2018, the bank maintained a network of more than 20 interconnected branches in Kenya’s major urban centers.
The stock of the bank is privately held. As of January 2019, the bank’s stock was owned by the following corporate entities and individuals:
Prime Bank Kenya Stock Ownership
||AfricInvest and Catalyst Principal Partners
||Prime Capital Limited
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