Sidian Bank has announced the relocation of its Machakos Branch as part of its ongoing efforts to solidify its brand presence and achieve its expansion strategy.
In a statement, the lender said that the new branch location is set to further enhance the bank’s commitment to providing excellent services and supporting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) through innovative financial solutions.
“The decision to relocate the Machakos Branch comes as a strategic move by Sidian Bank to grow its footprint in the region. The bank’s focus on SMEs as the “home of biashara banking” has been instrumental in expanding its market presence and customer base. The new location is poised to offer enhanced services while reflecting the bank’s contemporary brand outlook,” the lender said.
Speaking at the launch, Sidian Bank’s Chief Executive Chege Thumbi expressed the bank’s ongoing commitment to supporting their customers and catering to their business needs.
“Our primary goal has always been to provide unwavering support to our customers, helping them find tailored solutions for their business requirements. With the relocation of our Machakos Branch, we are determined to enhance customer experiences, embracing a more modern and forward-thinking approach that aligns with our brand identity,” Thumbi said.
Thumbi further emphasized that the bank is dedicated to empowering the business community in the Machakos region by offering a range of innovative solutions specially designed to bolster small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
“These solutions will enable the local business community to grow, prosper, and contribute significantly to the economic development of the region,” he added.
Currently, Sidian Bank has a network of 43 branches nationwide.
The Machakos Branch relocation marks the beginning of Sidian Bank’s expansion journey, and the bank plans to open more branches in the coming days.