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Equity scoops 19 awards during this year’s Think Business Banking Awards 2017

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Equity Bank has once again emerged as the top Overall Bank at the Think Business Banking Awards 2017, stamping its authority as a market leader in the financial space in Kenya and the East African Region.

The lender scooped a total of 19 awards out of a possible 24 entries it had submitted. Equity shrugged off strong competition to beat other lenders by scooping the first position in 13 other categories; Best Bank in Mortgage Finance, Best Bank in Agency Banking, Best Bank in Retail Banking, Best Bank in Product Innovation, Best Bank in Trade Financing, Best Bank with the Lowest Charges to Individuals, Best Bank in Sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility, Best Commercial Bank in Micro Finance, Best Bank in Agribusiness & Livestock Finance, Outstanding Young Banker of the Year – Gakii Mwongera, Best Bank in Integrated Digital Marketing and Best Bank in Tier one category.

Equity Group COO Bhartesh Shah (L) receives the Chief Executive of the Year Award on behalf of Dr. James Mwangi, from ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru (C) and Think Business CEO Ochieng Oloo (R).

Equity Bank Managing Director and CEO also won the Chief Executive of the Year. Commenting on the awards, Dr. James Mwangi said the win highlights the Bank’s focus of providing the best and efficient financial services to its customers. “I am humbled by this recognition which further validates our strategy and pursuit of financial inclusion while giving our customers freedom, choice and control,” Dr. Mwangi said.

“We aim to retain this victory in the future and translate this success into a deeper emotional connection with our customers by giving them freedom, choice and control with our product and service offering” Dr Mwangi added.

Equity Bank Chief Officer of Corporate and SME Banking, Rohit Singh (L) and Finserve Marketing Manager Irene Gitonga (R) receive the Best Bank in Product Innovation Award from Craft Silicon’s CEO Kamal Budhabhatti.

Equity also emerged second in the following categories; Best Bank in Product Marketing, Most Customer Centric Bank, Best Bank in Internet Banking and Best Bank in Corporate Banking. Equity was the second runners-up in Best Bank in Mobile Banking category.

These awards  comes days after the bank was also recognised as the world’s 5th most socially devoted financial brand and the Best in Kenya by Social Bakers, the world’s leading social media analytics provider.

The Think Business Banking Awards 2017 is in its 12th year and is aimed at encouraging innovation, prudence and stability, in the banking sector by recognizing, awarding and celebrating exemplary performance in the sector.

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