I & M Kenya Loaners Bank International is incorporated in Kenya under the Company Act and is also licensed to do the business of banking under the Banking Act
The Bank went public and was listed on December 22nd 2008.
Shares previously held by the 3,805 Co-operative Societies and unions were ring-fenced under CoopHoldings Co-operative Society Limited which became the strategic investor in the Bank with a 64.56% stake.

Our Vision

To be the dominant bank in Kenya and the region, riding on the unique Co-operative Model providing innovative financial solutions for distinctive customer experience.

Our Mission

To offer a wide range of innovative financial solutions leveraging on our heavy investment in multi-channels, national and regional presence and with a focus on excellent customer experience by a highly motivated and talented team.

Our Values

We are Trustworthy, We are Innovative and Agile, We Value our Customers/People, We Share and Collaborate, We have Passion for Excellence, We are Bold and courageous,


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Wealth Management


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We Offer Services That Work

We Seek to provide our customers with the opportunity to access financial products and services without having to visit our branch. These range of services includes equity banking, online money transfer, treasury and trade finance, online banking etc.

Real Stories

Times when we have ensured our clients stayed in business.

Client had an order to supply medical equipment but was short of the funds required. The client approached The Lending Company and obtained a credit facility to fulfill the order. This enabled the borrower to retain the business and make a decent return.

Rosy Crisp


Client was in possession of a local purchase order for construction material but did not have funds to complete the order thus risked losing the job or not fulfilling the entire order. The Lending Company provided the funds required to fulfil the order ensuring the borrower maintained their reputation.

Laura Paul


This member of Business Network International was short of working capital to settle creditors and other business expenses occasioned by a delay in debtors settling their invoices. The Lending Company provided the funds required to bridge the working capital gap and ease the cash flow strain

Michael Doe


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