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KCB Group Plc

KCB.NR

Latest Trade

44.00KES

Change

-0.90(-2.00%)

Volume

584,600

Today's Range

44.00

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45.00

52 Week Range

35.05

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50.75

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

Pricing

Previous Close
44.90
Open
45.00
Volume
584,600
3M AVG Volume
21.27
Today's High
45.00
Today's Low
44.00
52 Week High
50.75
52 Week Low
35.05
Shares Out (MIL)
3,213.46
Market Cap (MIL)
143,963.10
Forward P/E
5.72
Dividend (Yield %)
5.58

Next Event

Q3 2021 KCB Group Plc Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

KCB Group Says Intends To Buy African Banking Corp Tanzania Ltd

KCB Group Says For Period Ended Sept 30, Group Profit Before Tax And Exceptional Items 17.14 Bln Shillings

National Bank Of Kenya Appoints Paul Russo As MD

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About KCB Group Plc

KCB Group Plc, formerly KCB Group Limited, is a financial institution. The Bank provides corporate and retail banking and Bancassurance services in various parts of the country. It offers corporate and retail banking services. Its segments include Retail banking, Corporate banking, Mortgages and Treasury. The Retail banking segment incorporates banking services, such as customer current accounts, savings and fixed deposits to individuals. Retail lending are mainly consumer loans and mortgages based lending. The Corporate banking segment incorporates banking services, such as current accounts, fixed deposits, overdrafts, loans and other credit facilities both in local and foreign currencies. The Mortgages segment incorporates the provision of mortgage finance. The Treasury segment operates the Company's funds management activities. Its other operations comprise of trade finance and forex business. It also participates in investments in Treasury Bills and Bonds from the Central Banks.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

Kencom House, Moi Avenue,

P.O. Box 48400

00100

Kenya

https://ke.kcbgroup.com/

Executive Leadership

Ngeny Biwott

Group Non-Executive Independent Chairman

Joshua Nyamweya Oigara

Group Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, Executive Director, Member of the Executive Committee

Lawrence Kimathi Kiambi

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director, Member of the Executive Committee

Samuel Makome

Group Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

John Mukulu

Chief Risk Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Key Stats

2.08 mean rating - 13 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, KES)

2018

71.8K

2019

84.3K

2020

96.4K

2021(E)

102.7K
EPS (KES)

2018

7.830

2019

8.110

2020

6.100

2021(E)

7.828
Price To Earnings (TTM)
3.18
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.37
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.94
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
4.29
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
22.92
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
22.92
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.77

Latest News

Latest News

Nigeria's Access Bank buys $60 million stake in South Africa's Grobank

Nigeria's biggest lender Access Bank has invested around $60 million to acquire a stake in South Africa's Grobank, its chief executive said on Tuesday, to become the first Nigerian lender to venture into South Africa.

UPDATE 2-Kenya's KCB clinches $40 mln Rwanda, Tanzania deals, eyes DRC

* To take full ownership of ABC Tanzania, eyes DRC next (Updates with value of the deal)

Kenya's KCB to restructure a fifth of its loans this year, says CFO

KCB Group, Kenya's biggest bank by assets, now expects to only restructure 20% to 22% of its loans by the end of the year due to the fallout from COVID-19, its chief financial officer said on Thursday.

Kenya's KCB Group sees quarter of its loans restructured by year-end - CEO

KCB Group, Kenya's biggest bank by assets, expects the proportion of loans it will restructure due to effects of the novel coronavirus to hit 25% of its total loans by December, its chief executive officer said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Co-op Bank Kenya to complete Jamii Bora Bank acquisition this month -central bank

Co-operative Bank of Kenya will buy 90% of micro lender Jamii Bora Bank and the deal will complete this month, the country's central bank said on Friday, marking further consolidation in the East African nation's banking industry.

UPDATE 2-Kenya's KCB bank sees a quarter of loans hit by coronavirus

Kenya's biggest bank by assets, KCB Group, has restructured more than 110 billion shillings ($1 billion) of its loans to customers and up to a quarter of its book could be affected by mid-June, its chief executive told Reuters.

Kenya's KCB bank sees a quarter of loans hit by coronavirus

Kenya's biggest bank by assets, KCB Group, has restructured more than 110 billion shillings ($1.03 billion) of its loans to customers and up to a quarter of its book could be affected by mid-June, its chief executive told Reuters.

African Markets - Factors to watch on May 21

The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Thursday. - - - - - GLOBAL MARKETS Asian shares stepped back slightly and U.S. stock futures fell on Thursday as lingering...

UPDATE 2-Kenyan lender KCB Group's Q1 profit after tax misses expectations

KCB Group's first-quarter profit missed expectations due to the impact of coronavirus, Kenya's biggest lender said on Wednesday, adding that the pandemic was likely to affect its performance for the next two quarters.

African Markets - Factors to watch on May 20

The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Wednesday. - - - - - EVENTS: *Burundi holds presidential and parliamentary elections, the first competitive vote since a...

UPDATE 1-Kenya's KCB Group restructures 15% of loans due to coronavirus

Kenya's biggest lender, KCB Group, has restructured 80 billion shillings ($750 million) in loans, about 15% of its book, due to customers facing coronavirus-related hardships, its CEO told the Business Daily newspaper.

Kenya's KCB Group restructures 15% of loan book due to coronavirus -Business Daily

Kenya's biggest lender, KCB Group, has changed the terms on 80 billion shillings ($750 million) in loans, about 15% of its book, due to customers facing coronavirus-related hardships, its chief executive told the Business Daily newspaper.

UPDATE 2-Egypt's Commercial International Bank buys 51% of Kenya's Mayfair

Egypt's Commercial International Bank (CIB) has acquired a 51% stake in Kenya's Mayfair Bank, the Kenyan central bank said on Friday, the latest in a string of deals in the East African nation's banking sector.

UPDATE 2-Kenya's KCB to cushion borrowers from virus-related delays

* Shares drop 4.5%, in line with broader index (Recasts, adds quotes)

Kenyan lender KCB Group's full year pretax profit rises 7.5%

Kenya's top lender by assets KCB Group said on Thursday its pretax profit for 2019 jumped 7.5% to 36.73 billion shillings ($358.69 million).

RPT-UPDATE 1-Co-op Bank Kenya seeks to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya has offered to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank, the central bank said on Wednesday, in the latest instance of consolidation in the banking industry.

UPDATE 1-Co-op Bank Kenya seeks to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya has offered to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank, the central bank said on Wednesday, in the latest instance of consolidation in the banking industry.

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.

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