Kenya Institute of Bankers
The Kenya Institute of Bankers was established in 1979 under “The Societies Act Cap 108 of the laws of Kenya”, to replace the Chartered Institute of Bankers (London) as a provider of Banking Education and Training in Kenya.
The Institute is reported as a Professional Association for Banks and Financial Institutions in Kenya. Its membership profile includes the Banks and other Financial Corporate Institutions, bank employees and / or ordinary students.
The Institute is the leading provider of banking education and training in Kenya and has over 5,000 members countrywide, amongst, whom are Associates (qualified member) and Fellows (distinguished Senior Bankers).