DIB Bank Kenya has successfully relocated its Goodman Towers branch to a more accessible and convenient location at the Sarit Center in Westlands, Nairobi.
This strategic move aligns with the bank’s commitment to continue providing exceptional banking experiences for its customers.
The relocation of the branch is part of DIB’s ongoing commitment to providing conducive banking services by improving accessibility and convenience for its customers. The Sarit location provides customers with easy access to banking services in a bustling and fitting environment.
“The relocation of this branch to a more convenient location heralds our commitment to growing our presence in Kenya and supporting the country’s economic growth. The Bank has seen growth prospects, and the new branch will help us meet the growing demand for Shariah-compliant products and services,” DIB Bank Kenya MD/Acting CEO Ms. Rose Kagucia said.
“By placing our branch in a high-traffic area, we are confident that we will be able to serve our existing and potential customers better and continue to strengthen our presence in the market,” Ms. Kagucia added.
“Shariah Banking is fast gaining popularity in the country and this branch will serve as an information hub for customers coming to Sarit.”
DIB Bank Kenya Board Member Dr. Steve Mainda said he is confident in the bank’s ability to enhance trade relations between Kenya and the UAE.
The Charge d’Affaires at the Embassy of the UAE to Kenya, Dr. Khalifa AlRayssi, reaffirmed the UAE’s commitment to Kenya while officiating the relocation of the branch.
He emphasized that the UAE remains focused on strengthening bilateral trade with Kenya.
“The investment, business, and financial relationship between Kenya and the UAE hold immense promise for both nations. Through the strong partnership, these countries have leveraged their unique strengths to drive economic growth, create employment opportunities, and promote prosperity,” Dr Khalifa AlRayssi said.