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Victoria Commercial Bank has overcome a series of industry challenges in 2016 to enhance its balance sheet and client base beyond expectations

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A Credit to Kenyan BankingWriter: Matthew StaffProject Manager: Callum Philp Victoria Commercial Bank (VCB) has built upon a successful 2014 with an even more prosperous 2015 as it continues to capitalise on the positive reputation constructed within Kenya’s finance industry.Consistently ranked within the top three institutions in the sector and country among its peer group over the past half a decade, expansion and continuous improvement are two philosophies deeply ingrained into the fabric of the Company, and have been ever since the organisation’s inception in 1987.A consistent leadership and management model has further aided the smooth organic evolution ever since, and Chief Executive Officer, Yogesh Pattni has been there to witness it all.“Following the start of our operations, we converted to being a fully-fledged commercial bank in 1992, offering all the banking services that come with being a commercial bank, and we have grown over the past 29 years to now have three branches, with an intention to open a fourth branch next year, and a workforce close to 60 people,” he noted back at the start of 2015.“Out of the 43 operational licensed banks in the country, we may only be around the 25th biggest but we have been ranked as the leading bank for several years in our peer group.”Regarding the past 12 months of progression, he enthused: “The year 2015 has been largely successful with most objectives being realised and being met in spite of the difficult environment and the banking difficulties experienced in the last quarter of the year.“We launched the VCB Master Card credit

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A Credit to Kenyan BankingWriter: Matthew StaffProject Manager: Callum Philp Victoria Commercial Bank (VCB) has built upon a successful 2014 with an even more prosperous 2015 as it continues to capitalise on the positive reputation constructed within Kenya’s finance industry.Consistently ranked within the top three institutions in the sector and country among its peer group over the past half a decade, expansion and continuous improvement are two philosophies deeply ingrained into the fabric of the Company, and have been ever since the organisation’s inception in 1987.A consistent leadership and management model has further aided the smooth organic evolution ever since, and Chief Executive Officer, Yogesh Pattni has been there to witness it all.“Following the start of our operations, we converted to being a fully-fledged commercial bank in 1992, offering all the banking services that come with being a commercial bank, and we have grown over the past 29 years to now have three branches, with an intention to open a fourth branch next year, and a workforce close to 60 people,” he noted back at the start of 2015.“Out of the 43 operational licensed banks in the country, we may only be around the 25th biggest but we have been ranked as the leading bank for several years in our peer group.”Regarding the past 12 months of progression, he enthused: “The year 2015 has been largely successful with most objectives being realised and being met in spite of the difficult environment and the banking difficulties experienced in the last quarter of the year.“We launched the VCB Master Card credit

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Quality Over Quantity Victoria Commercial Bank has recently opened only its third branch in 28 years, but is recognised as the leading institution in the country through its unparalleled standards of customer service  Writer: Matthew Staff Project Manager: Callum Philp Victoria Commercial Bank has been consistently ranked amongst the top three institutions in Kenya within its peer group for the past four years and is now looking to capitalise on its reputation through future expansion.Starting in 1987 in the Great Lake region of Kisumu, on the shores of Lake Victoria, Kenya, the bank has grown from humble beginnings; initially comprising just three people from a small head office in Nairobi.The current CEO, Yogesh Pattni is part of the family who kick-started the evolution 28 years ago and is proud of the successful rise that the bank has enjoyed since then.“Following the start of our operations, we converted to being a fully-fledged commercial bank in 1992, offering all the banking services that come with being a commercial bank, and we have grown over the past 28 years to now have three branches, with an intention to open a fourth branch next year, and a workforce close to 60 people,” he says.“Out of the 43 operational licensed banks in the country, we may only be around the 25th biggest but we have been ranked as the leading bank for several years in our peer group.”Reputed especially for its 100 percent loan performance rate, consistently for the past 10 years – far above the industry average – Victoria Commercial Bank has been audited

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