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Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd (COOP)

End of day - Apr 19, 2024
+0.05 (+0.37%)
13.55   +0.05 (+0.37%)
End of day - Apr 19, 2024
10.10 - 15.20
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Corporate Actions Outlook

Book closure KES 1.50 first and final dividend Apr 29 2024
Book closure KES 1.50 first and final dividend Apr 28 2024
Announced a KES 1.50 first and final dividend Mar 21 2024
Announced a KES 1.50 first and final dividend Mar 21 2024

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Market Commentary

Equity bank is the largest bank in Kenya by customer deposits and the best bank in the world in terms of return on assets. Its success came from strategy to go for the bottom of the pyramid. The greatest threat to equity Bank is poor customer service, but it still is a strong investment destination
For the longest time the Kenyan banks have been the port of call for investors; they were profitable, resilient, and stable and the price gains were attractive. This was especially true for the 6 leading banks. However, for the last three years it seems the fellowship of the gold standard has been haunted by new demons. Have the Kenyan banks lost their shine?
Continued investments in technology-based service delivery channels such as mobile and internet banking services has enabled banks to cut on operational costs and boost efficiency.
Coop Bank reported a 17.9% rise in net profit for the year ended December 31 2013. The bank posted a profit of KES 9.1 billion up from KES 7.7 billion the previous year.
CIC Insurance released its 2013 year end results which registered a marginal rise in profitability. Profits before tax stood at KES 1.67 billion, up 1.3% from KES 1.64 billion in 2012 due to increase in claims incurred and operating expenses.

Brief Company Profile

Market Segment: Main Investment Segment
Sector: Banking

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd. offers banking and related services.The bank has a universal model in its product offering ranging from retail banking, corporate and trade finance, foreign exchange, mobile and internet services, stock brokerage, fund management, asset finance, mortgage, bancassurance, custodial and registrar services in addition to banking Cooperatives. The bank has positinioed itself in Banking the Cooperative movement which is an emerging mobiliser of resources and advancing affordable credit to support target groups like farmers. 

The Group has an innovative strategy for regional expansion in new frontiers such as Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania,Ethiopia and South Sudan through it;s unique co-operative model.The bank distinguishes itself from its peers by the nature of its business strategy by regurlarly intervening in selected sectors of the economy with a view to achieving transformation in challenged sectors, notably in agriculture.

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