Current accounts can be opened by individuals, business community , corporate bodies or the like where the account holder has often to receive money and to make a number of payments. These are very active accounts. No interest is paid on balances in these accounts and there are no restrictions as to the number of deposits into and withdrawals from the account per day.Cheque books are issued in these accounts.
Savings Bank Deposits
Savings Bank accounts can be opened by individuals and the like where the account holder deposits money for the purpose of savings. There is no restriction on the number and amount of deposits to be made on any one day. Balances in these account earn interest and the amounts from the account can be withdrawn when needed. These accounts can be opened with or without cheque book facility.
With effect from 30.09.2017, our Savings Bank accounts will be non-interest bearing accounts with the following features:- (Subject to CBK Approval)
- - Unlimited transactions with no transaction charge
- - No ledger folio charge
- - No minimum balance charge
- - No cheque book issuance charge
- - No inward remittance charge for local transfers
- - Two Banker's Cheques per month free with average monthly balance of Kes.100,000/- and above
- - Monthly Statement of Account, free of cost
- - Free Internet banking viewing facility
- - No Account closure charge
Term deposit accounts can be opened by individuals , corporate bodies ,etc. These deposits are for a period of 30 days or more. The interest payable on these deposits is higher than that payable in savings bank deposits. Receipts are issued for each deposit made under this scheme.In case of need these deposits can be prematurely encashed.
Term Deposit rates
Call deposits can be kept by individuals , corporate bodies ,etc. Call deposits are not opened for any fixed period. These deposits can be withdrawn at the will of the depositor . The contracted arte of interest is payable on this deposit. The interest payable on call deposits is higher than that payable in savings bank deposits.