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Our esteemed Customers, we have revised our operating as shown in the schedule below until further notice. You can still reach us on 0752 219 600 and www.tnbl.co.ke 24/7. We are here to serve you. We care for you. Your safety is our priority.
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Transnational Bank’s 2015 profits grow by 32%

Transnational Bank, a leading agribusiness value chain financing institution in Kenya, recorded an impressive 32% growth in profit before tax in the financial year 2015, to KSh 252 Million, against Ksh. 190 million recorded in 2014. The growth is attributable to the bank’s focus on financing key agribusiness value chains in the country, thus empowering […]

The Westlands branch marks the start of a new chapter in Transnational Bank; transforming our branches into strategic sales units, focusing on agribusiness, SMEs, alternative delivery channels and CASA. Built on our Transnational Bank 2015 – 2020 Strategic Plan, we are focused on contributing to sustainable economic growth in Kenya, specifically through supporting SMEs and […]

Temporary closure of Narirobi CBD branches

We would like to inform all our esteemed customers that City Hall Way, Kirinyaga Rd. & Sheikh Karume branches will close from today 1pm i.e. 24th July and remain closed up to Saturday, 25th July 2015. This is as a result of the closure of various key roads and increased vigilant security as the country […]

Change in cost of credit

Dear customer, following the increase in KBRR, the applicable loan interest rates will increase effective 01.08.2015. For queries, visit a branch near you.
Transnational Bank partners with BrazAgro to improve grain storage

Transnational Bank partners with BrazAgro to improve grain storage

Nakuru, 8th July 2015. Transnational Bank, a key financial partner in the grain value chain in Kenya, has partnered with BrazAgro Limited to provide maize famers with affordable metallic silos that enable the farmers to store their grain free from grain borers and at the right moisture levels. Post harvesting losses are estimated to cause […]