National Bank of Kenya (NBK) injected Kshs 1 million as sponsorship for the second edition of the Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Management Symposium being hosted by the Kenya Water Institute and themed ‘Closing the Last Mile SDG 6’.
National Bank of Kenya (NBK) has posted KShs 1.1 billion in profit after tax for full year 2021. This represents a 431% increase from 2020, driven by increased income from loan interest and foreign exchange trading, coupled with lower loan loss provisions.
The partnership will see NBK customers access flexible credit to purchase water-related equipment and solar panels.
Customer deposits grew to KShs. 115bn, as net loans and advances rose by 22% to KShs. 65bn.
National Bank of Kenya commits to United Nations Global Compact Principles on Responsible Business
The partnership positions NBK as a financial partner and aims to unlock access to global markets for MSME enterprises.