The Co-operative Bank of Kenya Group has opened a third branch in Nakuru city in an exponential growth as a leading tier one lender.
The new branch in Nakuru signals continued expansion of bank’s footprint across the country manifesting yet another milestone in its ambitious expansion strategy.
“Co-op Bank has opened yet another branch in Nakuru city. Our branch is located on the ground and first floors of Blue Bay Building, along the Nakuru-Bahati Road.” The bank said through a social media post.
This means Nakuru residents and those from the environs will have more access to efficient and real time financial services particularly individuals, corporates, MSMEs and formal institutions.
In August this year, Co-op Bank opened a new branch in Kimana Town, Kajiado county along the Emali-loitoktok highway.
The opening of the Kimana branch marks a significant leap forward in the bank’s mission to make banking convenient and hassle-free for all.
“The residents of Kimana, Kajiado South, have a reason to celebrate! Our new Branch in Kimana Town is now open along the Emali-Loitoktok highway. Visit the branch and enjoy the products and services in our banking halls.” Co-op Bank said.
This achievement follows closely on the heels of the bank’s recent successful openings in Thika Town and Meru Town, not to mention the flourishing branch in Kenol Town, Murang’a County.
Cooperative Bank’s unrelenting pursuit of excellence and innovation has garnered admiration and respect from both industry experts and satisfied customers.