Bank of Kigali is a commercial bank in Rwanda. It is licensed by the National Bank of Rwanda.
Our mission is to be the leader in creating value for our stakeholders by providing the best financial services to businesses and individual customers, through motivated and professional staff.
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Who owns the Bank of Kigali?
Bank of Kigali was incorporated in the Republic of Rwanda on December 22nd 1966 as a joint venture between the Government of Rwanda and Belgolaise, the subsidiary of Fortis Bank. The public-private partnership involved the ownership of 50% of the ordinary share capital.
How can I open an account in Kigali bank?
Open your account today in any major currency including FRW, USD, EURO, CAD, CHF and GB Pounds. Visit your nearest branch with an identification document and a passport size photo.
How many branches does the Bank of Kigali have?
As of December 2018, the bank maintained 79 networked branches, nearly 100 automated teller machines, more than 1,427 banking agents, six mobile banking vans and employed over 1,200 staff.
Can a foreigner open a bank account in Rwanda?
With the right paperwork and initial outlay, it is possible for a foreign citizen to open a bank account in Rwanda. This opportunity for international accounts and investments offers several advantages based on economic regulations and tax structures.
Whats’ the Bank of Kigali USSD code?
If your mobile phone has Internet connectivity, apply for the BK Mobile application from the BK website or dial *334# to access the menu.
Address: KN 4 Ave
Kigali/ Rwanda, No12 Plot No 790
Tel: (250) 788 143 000
Email: [email protected]