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Citibank N.A. Kenya has been operating in Kenya since 1974 and has two branches in Nairobi and Mombasa, serving Corporate and Institutional clients.

Citibank Kenya is the regional hub for the Citi East Africa cluster, which covers Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. It is the only solely corporate bank in Kenya.



Citibank House, Upperhill, Upperhill Road
P.O. Box 30711 - 00100 Nairobi
Phone: (020) 275 4000 or (020) 275 4444
Fax: (020) 271 48 10 or (020) 271 48 11

Citibank House, Nkurumah Road, Mombasa
P.O. Box 83615 - 80100 Mombasa
Phone: (041) 222 1071 or (041) 231 1043
Fax: (041) 231 22 31

Business Lines & Specialties
Citi's Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory division provides comprehensive relationship coverage and a full suite of products and services in an effort to be the best possible financial partner to its institutional clients.
We help mid-sized companies with revenues starting from $10MM USD address the challenges of rapid growth and international expansion by rationalizing complicated legacy setups or allowing clients to avoid them altogether, so that they can scale faster and grow larger.
Our treasury services help optimize the needs of our clients on a global scale. Treasury and Trade Solutions provides global solutions that can help clients drive their business forward while investing in innovation to bring new solutions to life.

Further Information

Names and level of ownership of significant shareholders (owning 5% or more)

Citibank, N.A. Kenya Branch is a branch of Citibank, N.A., a federally chartered National Banking Association, organised and existing under the laws of the United States of America. Its direct parent is Citicorp, a Bank Holding Company organised and existing under the laws of the United States of America, which is ultimately owned by Citigroup, Inc., a public corporation listed on the New York Stock Exchange.


Number and percentage of individual and corporate shareholders

100% direct Corporate ownership as listed above

Number and percentage of local and foreign ownership

100% Foreign ownership as listed above

Group shareholding structure where a bank is a member of a group

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Further Information