Banking Institutions

  • Equity Bank

    Equity Bank, based in Nairobi, Kenya, is Africa's largest Bank.  It offers retail banking and microfinance services to more than eight million customers in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda, and Tanzania.

  • Standard Chartered

    Standard Chartered is among the top 20 companies in the FTSE-100 by market capitalisation. It operates in some of the world's most dynamic markets for over 150 years.  More than 90 per cent of its profits are derived from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East through 1,700 branches, offices, and outlets.

  • Bancolombia

    Bancolombia, Colombia's largest commercial bank, is headqaurtered in Medell ín. It is a full-service financial institution providing a range of financial products and services to a diversified individual and corporate customer base of more than 7 million people throughout the country, and other countries such as Panama, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, Peru, Brazil, Spain, and the United States.

  • Opportunity Kauswagan Bank

    OK Bank is a Christ-centred microfinance bank, serving the poor in the Philippines via a transformational and sustainable basis. Its vision is to be the leading microfinance bank in the country, empowering the poor through client-focused banking and allied services.

  • BRAC Bank Limited

    BRAC Bank is Bangladesh's youngest private commercial bank.  Headquartered in Dhaka, the bank serves the small and medium enterprises in the country. It also provides services within corporate and institutional banking, retail banking, as well as probashi banking, which caters to non-resident Bangladeshis abroad.

  • Kilimanjaro Co-operative Bank Limited

    KCBL was established to mobilise savings from the public, especially co-operatives, and lending the same to the public, particularly in rural areas for the advancement of production, crop marketing, and other service activities of the rural population.  The main objective is to assist people at the grassroots level in obtaining adequate financial services.

  • Kenya Post Office Savings Bank

    Postbank was established to encourage thrift and mobilise savings through outreach and the development of products and services that meet the expectations of customers.  It offers 25 products and services including savings accounts for businessmen, salary payments, the youth, pensioners, and children.

  • Bank Andara

    Bank Andara provides banking and financial services to millions of Indonesians who have no access to the financial sector through microfinance institutions. 

  • Bank of India

    Bank of India is a state-owned commercial bank, headquartered in Mumbai.  It is India's fourth largest PSU bank, with 4,187 branches as of April 2012, including 52 branches outside the country. Bank of India is a founding member of SWIFT, which facilitates provision of cost-effective financial processing and communication services.  

  • Opportunity Bank Malawi

    Opportunity Bank is a microfinance commercial bank, which targets the economically active but marginalised Malawians living in underserved areas.  Its vision is to help those living in poverty transform their lives through innovative, customer-driven financial services.

  • Oceanic Bank

    Oceanic Bank was incorporated in 1990 as a private limited liability company with 100% equity ownership by Nigerian citizens. It was licensed in the same year to carry on commercial banking.

Client Speak

  • " The ‘Branch Manager’s’ training was very timely, apt and effective for our Branch Managers. It served as a platform for bringing up a lot of issues that HO was unaware of earlier. It introduced several topics that were new to BMs like credit bureaus and SPM etc. "

    - Rupali Kalita, MD, RGVN