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NBK targets Nyeri’s super rich

The bank’s premium banking targets to recruit salaried individuals with a minimum net income of Ksh 200, 000 and above and gross basic pay salary of Ksh 350,000 and above



Nyeri Deputy Governor Mutahi Kahiga accompanied by National Bank of Kenya Director, Retail Banking Mr Cromwell Kedemi and Head of Premium Banking Ms Alice Kimuhu during the official opening of Nyeri Premium Banking Centre

National Bank of Kenya has officially launched it National Premium Banking services in Nyeri County targeting high net worth customers.

Speaking at the launch, National Bank Managing Director and CEO Mr Wilfred Musau said the new offering will provide the Bank’s high net worth customers an opportunity to enjoy distinctive customer experiences and excellent banking services.

“Our premium customers in Nyeri will now enjoy the services of our dedicated relationship managers coupled with specialized and personalized customer experience  to provide the necessary financial advice,” said Mr. Musau adding that premium banking was key in the bank’s growth strategy.

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The National Bank’s premium banking targets to recruit salaried individuals with a minimum net income of Ksh 200, 000 and above and gross basic pay salary of Ksh 350,000 and above.

“Our premium bank account holders will be provided with free ATM cards at no charges on withdrawals in our machines, a cheque book, banker’s cheque, and RTGS (real time gross settlement) transfer. The account holders will also have access to platinum international debit cards and credit cards that guarantee unparalleled privileges around the world,” said National Bank Director of Retail Banking Cromwell Kedemi.

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Other benefits to premium banking customers include access to exclusive premium lounges equipped with top-notch furnishings for your comfort and also all the necessary equipment to provide ease to your banking experience; travel benefits; and distinctive rewards and loyalty programmes.

In addition to the launch of the Nyeri Premium Branch, the Bank has premium branches in Nairobi, Mombasa, Eldoret and Kisumu region.

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