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Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Ltd

DTK.NR

Latest Trade

63.00KES

Change

-1.00(-1.56%)

Volume

14,700

Today's Range

62.00

 - 

65.00

52 Week Range

58.50

 - 

90.00

As of on the Nairobi Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
64.00
Open
65.00
Volume
14,700
3M AVG Volume
0.45
Today's High
65.00
Today's Low
62.00
52 Week High
90.00
52 Week Low
58.50
Shares Out (MIL)
279.60
Market Cap (MIL)
18,174.14
Forward P/E
3.62
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Latest Developments

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Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Ltd FY After Tax Profit Shs 3.5 Bln

Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Sees Current FY Earnings Substantially Lower

Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Reports Higher HY Group Net Interest Income

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About Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Ltd

Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited (the Bank) is a regional bank. The Bank is engaged in the business of providing banking, insurance agency and other related services to the general public. Its segments include Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Burundi. Diamond Trust Bank Tanzania Limited, which is a subsidiary company has operations in Tanzania. Diamond Trust Bank Uganda Limited, which is a subsidiary company has operations in Uganda and Network Insurance Agency Limited, which is a subsidiary of Diamond Trust Bank Uganda Limited, operates in Uganda. Diamond Trust Bank Burundi S.A., which is a subsidiary company has operations in Burundi. DTB Kenya (parent Bank) and its owned insurance agency, Diamond Trust Insurance Agency Limited operates in Kenya. Its banking services include current, savings and deposits accounts, credit cards, asset finance, money transmission, treasury and commercial lending. The Bank serves individual consumers, small and middle-sized businesses and corporations.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

DTB Centre, Mombasa Road,

P.O. Box 61711

00200

Kenya

+254.20.2849000

https://dtbk.dtbafrica.com/

Executive Leadership

Linus Wang'ombe Gitahi

Non-Executive Chairman

Nasim Devji

Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Executive Director

Alkarim Jiwa

Head of Finance & Planning

Suraj Shah

Head of Centralized Operations

Nizar Tundai

Head of Technology

Key Stats

2.00 mean rating - 3 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, KES)

2018

25.5K

2019

24.5K

2020

24.2K

2021(E)

27.5K
EPS (KES)

2018

23.910

2019

24.270

2020

11.610

2021(E)

17.950
Price To Earnings (TTM)
5.60
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.75
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.29
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
3.02
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
39.31
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
39.31
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.87

Latest News

Latest News

Central bank says no license needed for foreign lending in Uganda

Uganda's central bank said on Wednesday foreign-based banks do not need its license to lend funds originating abroad, reassuring an industry jolted by a court ruling last week that declared some syndicated loans involving foreign banks illegal.

UPDATE 1-Ugandan banks jolted by court ruling on syndicated loans

Banks in Uganda plan to appeal a court ruling issued on Wednesday that has effectively declared illegal certain syndicated loans - representing at least $1.5 billion worth of debt - an industry body said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Kenya fines 5 banks $3.75 mln under anti-money laundering laws

Kenya's chief prosecutor on Thursday fined five banks a total of 385 million shillings ($3.75 million) for not reporting suspicious transactions under anti-money laundering laws, adding his office reserved the right to prosecute them in the future.

UPDATE 1-Kenya fines 5 banks $3.75 mln under anti-money laundering laws

Kenya's chief prosecutor said on Thursday five commercial banks must pay a fine of 385 million shillings ($3.75 million) for violating anti-money laundering laws, adding his office reserved the right to prosecute them in the future.

Kenya's prosecutor fines five banks $3.75 mln for violations

Kenya's chief prosecutor said it had entered into a "deferred prosecution agreement" with five commercial banks for violations of anti-money laundering laws.

Kenyan lenders target small and medium businesses with digital loans

A group of Kenyan banks on Wednesday committed 10 billion Kenyan shillings ($97 million) in loans to small and medium businesses under a new mobile phone-based loan service targeting a fast-growing segment which has traditionally been under-served.

UPDATE 1-Kenyan bank KCB wins shareholder backing for NBK takeover

Kenya's biggest lender by assets KCB Group on Thursday won shareholder approval for its proposed takeover of National Bank of Kenya in a 10-for-1 share swap transaction.

Kenyan banks to test mobile lending app to ease SME squeeze

Five Kenyan banks have launched a lending service via mobile phone aimed at getting credit through to the country's small and medium-sized businesses, the central bank said on Monday.

Kenya's KCB Group sees acquisition of NBK sealed by October

Kenya's biggest lender by assets, KCB Group, expects to complete its acquisition of National Bank of Kenya by October, it said on Thursday.

Kenya's KCB Group looks to buy banks in Rwanda, DRC -CEO

Kenya's biggest lender by assets, KCB Group, plans to buy a bank in Rwanda and one in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), its chief executive said.

UPDATE 1-Kenya's Equity Group in deal to buy African bank stakes

Kenya's Equity Group Holdings said on Tuesday it was in discussions with London-listed financial services firm Atlas Mara Limited about acquiring stakes in banks in Rwanda, Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania.

Kenyan bank KCB looks to M&A deals for growth -CEO

KCB Group, Kenya's biggest bank by assets, is looking to bolster growth by joining a wave of consolidation in the country's banking industry in the next few years, its chief executive said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Kenya central bank upholds fines against lenders for suspect transactions

Kenya's central bank has upheld the fines it imposed in September against five top commercial lenders for a failure to report suspicious transactions in connection with the theft of funds at a state agency, it said on Friday.

Kenya central bank upholds fines against lenders for suspect transactions

Kenya's central bank has upheld the fines it imposed in September against five top commercial lenders for a failure to report suspicious transactions in connection with the theft of funds at a state agency, it said on Friday.

UPDATE 4-Kenyan central bank fines five banks over suspect transactions

Kenya's central bank fined five top commercial banks on Wednesday for failing to report suspicious transactions in connection with the theft of funds at the National Youth Service (NYS), a state agency.

Kenyan central bank fines five banks a total of $3.89 mln

Kenya's central bank said on Wednesday it had fined five commercial banks a total of 392.5 million shillings ($3.89 million) in connection with the loss of funds at the national youth agency, a government body.

Kenya to investigate 10 banks on suspicion of handling stolen funds

Kenyan authorities will investigate 10 financial institutions suspected of handling funds that were stolen from the government's National Youth Service (NYS), the director of criminal investigations confirmed on Thursday.

Kenya to investigate 10 banks on suspicion of handling stolen funds

Kenyan authorities will investigate 10 financial institutions suspected of handling funds that were stolen from the government's National Youth Service (NYS), the Daily Nation newspaper reported on Thursday.

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