Co-op Bank Kenya takes MSMEs forum to Central Park Hotel,Nairobi
Co-op Bank continues to engage MSMEs through its non-financial services offering across the country through forums aimed at engaging consumers with the recent Mombasa and Kisumu sessions having been concluded.
The forums are part of recognizing the challenges faced in the import and export arena by MSMEs on a day to day basis and providing trade facilitation solutions purposely crafted to suit your specific needs.
“In an effort to provide access to Asset Finance, we have partnered with Isuzu East Africa Ltd through which customers can get up to 95% financing to purchase an Isuzu vehicle of their choice,” Joseph Thiong’o, Head of Asset Finance.
“We have partnered with World Navi Co. Ltd, a leading Japanese exporter of used units to Africa and Europe to enable our customers and the public to import quality second-hand vehicles at affordable prices,” Joseph Thiong’o added.
In line with efforts to build a strong offering for MSMEs and customers in general, the bank has continued to engage its partnerships to provide value to their consumers.
We recognize the challenges faced in the import and export arena by MSMEs on a day to day basis and we as Co-op Bank Kenya are here to provide trade facilitation solutions purposely crafted to suit your specific needs,” Kenneth Mutwiri, Trade Finance Product Partner
Speaking at the ongoing MSME forum along River Road, the Head of Small and Medium Business Banking, Mr Anthony Kinyua pointed out that as a result of feedback from customers, the bank has rolled out bundled solutions of Bronze, Silver and Gold to address their needs.
The forum focuses on training our customers countrywide on strategies to grow their businesses in the changing operating environments.
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