Equity Bank Kenya Limited is a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. It is licensed as a commercial bank by the Central Bank of Kenya, which is the central bank and national banking regulator of Kenya.
Equity’s key purpose is to financially empower and elevate communities at the grassroots level throughout Africa.
Who started Equity Bank Kenya?
In 1984, Munga founded Equity Building Society (EBS) in his hometown of Kangema, in Kenya’s central highlands. With about KSh5,000 (about US$100 at that time) as starting capital, he convinced the Kenya government to issue him a license
Which is the richest village in Kenya?
A village in Kangema, Murang’a County, could perhaps boast being the richest locality in the country considering that a good number of Kenyan billionaires hail from the area. Rwathia Village is home to Equity Bank chairman Peter Munga, CEO James Mwangi, investment banker Jimnah Mbaru and Britam boss Benson Wairegi
Is accountability a core value?
It takes hard work to achieve. And leadership accountability must be an enduring company core value rather than a management fad of the month. Companies with this type of culture tend to be market leaders. If you don’t have accountability in business, or would like to improve on what you have, here’s how to do it.
Is diversity a core value?
In a diverse work environment, it is essential to respect and appreciate differences in ethnicity, gender, age, physical abilities, sexual orientation, education and religion amongst individuals of the organisation. We all contribute with diverse perspectives, experience, knowledge and culture.
How do I access mobile banking equity?
Dial *247# on your mobile phone while in Kenya. Reply with your pin. Enter the pin that was sent by the Equity bank and you will then be required to change your pin to a more convenient secure one. A confirmation message will be sent to your phone immediately afterwards while activating Eazzy 247 in Kenya.
Tel: 020 2744000