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Equity banks nets Sh6b profit in 3 months

At Sh5.9 billion, Equity’s profitability for the quarter under review is more than that of its rival Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), which posted Sh5.1 billion. Last year, Equity was also ahead in the first quarter, but KCB beat it in full-year earnings.

During the quarter under review, Equity’s total income jumped nine per cent to Sh16.5 billion from Sh15.2 billion posted in the previous quarter even as costs declined by one per cent.

Interest income on loans and advances to customers grew by seven per cent to Sh8.8 billion. Interest on government securities also jumped by 25 per cent to Sh3.7 billion. The two items helped grow interest income by 10 per cent to Sh12.7 billion.

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Equity Bank Achieves Record Non-Branch Transactions As it Targets Full Digitization

Equity Bank has announced its financial performance for the first quarter of 2018. For the most part, the bank, which has since been crowned the top financial institution in the country, attributes its latest gains to digitization of its operations via internet and agency banking operations.

The bank has reported a 75 percent jump in mobile banking compared to what it registered for the first quarter of 2017. That is a significant improvement for a customer base that would otherwise incur extra charges for convenience (via mobile or agency banking) rather than spend more time at branches.

Of particular interest is the number of transactions that were conducted outside the branches. The quarter under analysis registered up to 108 million transactions via Equitel (STK) and Eazzy Banking service. The offerings of internet-based banking services and fintech innovations were equally instrumental in bolstering financial performance, especially diaspora remittances that hit KES 18 billion up from 3 billion reported in the same quarter of the preceding financial year.

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