According to the Bank’s website, the proposed IFC investment consists of an up to US$100 million WCS facility with 24 month maturity (renewable once for an aggregate period of up to 36 months) to Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited (DTB or the Bank) under the WCS COVID-19 FIGE response facility. DTB is a leading regional banking group, operating in East Africa for over 70 years and an IFC partner for more than 25 years. The Bank is the 7th largest by asset size in Kenya, with a 5.8 percent market share, serving over 317,000 clients in Kenya (and over 626,000 in East Africa).
Diamond Trust Bank Kenya Limited
Finance and Strategy Director
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