Sidian Bank has announced its relocation from the Guilders Building to MKU Towers, effective January 29, 2024.
The lender says the move signifies a step forward as it continues to expand its operations and enhance accessibility for its customers in a bid to tap into the SME Market.
MKU Towers, located in Nairobi’s central business district, offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and amenities, which the lender says will enable it to better serve its clients.
“We are thrilled to announce the relocation of our Moi Avenue branch to MKU Towers. This move represents our dedication to enhancing customer experience and ensuring accessibility to our services. MKU Towers provides an ideal location that will enable us to serve our customers more efficiently while offering them a contemporary banking environment,” Sidian Bank CEO Chege Thumbi said.
The new branch at MKU Towers will feature a range of banking services, including personal and business banking and digital banking solutions.
“Customers can expect the same level of personalized service and financial expertise that Sidian Bank is known for, along with the added convenience of a modern and accessible location,” the lender said in a statement.
“SMEs are the backbone of the economy, driving innovation, creating jobs and contributing to vibrant communities. Recognizing the challenges, Sidian Bank is stepping up its efforts to provide SMEs with the financial tools, guidance and support they need to thrive.”