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Kenya Post Office Savings Bank, often referred to as Postbank, is a Savings Bank in Kenya.Unlike other commercial banks in Kenya that are licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya, PostBank is regulated by the Kenya Post Office Savings Bank Act Cap 493B.
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Post Office Savings Bank is a name used by postal savings systems in several countries, including: New Zealand, later renamed the PostBank. United Kingdom, later renamed the National Savings and Investments. Singapore, later renamed POSB Bank. Kenya, also known as the Kenya Post Office Savings Bank. Austra, also known as the Österreichische ...
The Euro Bank Scandal is a scandal that in February 2003, caused a political storm in Kenya after the collapse of Nairobi Based Euro Bank. This resulted in a loss of 1.4bn Kenyan shillings (£11.6m; $18m) which state organisations had deposited in the Bank.
The Post Office Savings bank was split into PostBank in 1987 and was acquired by ANZ Bank New Zealand two years later ending the bank. In 2002 the New Zealand government created a new state owned post bank called Kiwibank as part of the New Zealand Post to again establish a postal savings system.
Her public service career began at the government-owned Kenya Post Office Savings Bank (Postbank), where she served as the Director of Finance and Administration. When she left Postbank, she was appointed chief executive officer and company secretary of CDF Board.
Esther Koimett, is a Kenyan investment banker who works as the Director General Public Investment and Portfolio Management at the National Treasury. She previously served as the managing director and chief executive officer of the Kenya Post Office Savings Bank.