It has opened two branches at Baba Dogo and Kijabe Street as well as Kiambu Town.
The expansion now pushes its countrywide total branches to 70 and 138 in East Africa. Enlargement is part of the bank’s goal to bring services closer to clients.
“We are delighted to open three new branches today and offer our SME and retail customers an even more convenient banking experience,” DTB Group Chief Executive Officer Nasim Devji said.
“DTB’s growing network of branches represents our ongoing commitment to be closer to our customers and providing them with easy and convenient access to our services.”
Services at the new locations are personal and business accounts; loans; supply chain financing; mortgages; cards; and investment options. Customers will also be able to access their accounts and perform banking transactions through the bank’s digital channels.
Last year, DTB opened six branches across Nairobi, Mombasa, and Kiambu counties to enhance customer satisfaction.
“The new branches, targeting traders, farmers, and other business owners and retailers, will offer a wide range of innovative products and services to our customers in Kiambu and Nairobi counties, while also giving them a space where they can come in and talk to us as we explore ways of supporting each other,” the CEO added.