Barclays Bank of Kenya has announced a profit before tax of KES 3.1bn for the period ended 31 March 2015 2015 which represents a 10% growth compared to the same period last year. The bank, one of Kenya’s leading financial solutions providers, has attributed the result mainly to a 13% growth in interest income.

Barclays has extended the Bank’s footprint by opening a second branch in Eastleigh. The new branch will exclusively offer Shariah-compliant services, and complement the services rendered by the Barclays 1st Avenue branch in Eastleigh.

In a move aimed to offer customers more convenience and inclusive banking services, Barclays Bank of Kenya (Barclays Kenya) has waived levies charged for use of the Bank’s automated teller machines (ATMs). Retail customers can now carry out free transactions, including cash withdrawals and balance enquiries, at any of the Bank’s 236 ATMs countrywide.

Barclays Houses Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Colleagues raise Kshs. 1,777,000:00 to build houses for nine families at the Mai Mahiu camp