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Left to right: Lucy Njanja, Branch Manager - Gikomba, Loise Mwangi, Head of Branches and Chege Thumbi, CEO during the launch of Sidian Bank Gikomba Branch.

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Sidian Bank launches Gikomba branch to tap into SME market

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 25 – Sidian Bank has extended the Bank’s footprint by opening its 42nd branch in Gikomba market.

A greater initiative towards bringing services closer to its customers and enhancing their banking experience.

The new branch is located along Pumwani Road, Gikomba.

The bank’s 42nd branch was opened on Monday, January 25, 2021 by the CEO, Chege Thumbi, in an event attended by senior management of the Bank and its customers.

“The opening of the Gikomba Branch is in line with our growth strategy of supporting the SME & Micro SME who we know are the backbone of the economy,” Chege Thumbi, CEO Sidian Bank, said during the launch.

“This branch will enable Sidian Bank serve more customers and also offer them greater convenience. This new branch reinforces the Bank’s promise of offering our customers transformational financial solutions with an array of tailor-made financial products and services.”

Noting that convenience and accessibility to financial services is at the heart of the Bank, Thumbi assured that the Bank will continue to offer innovative solutions to its customers that will enable them own their tomorrow.

“The Bank is eager to tap into the economic activity in Gikomba market. All this is geared towards offering our customers unmatched banking experience by offering solutions not limited to trade finance, lending, robust digital banking services as demand for financial services rises thereby enabling the Bank to remain in touch with its customers’ needs,” Timothy Gitonga, the bank’s Chief Commercial Officer, said.

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