Value Creation

Our relevance as a Group lies in our ability to create long-term value for our stakeholders and investors, provide differentiation while also increasing our own capitals.

Records for

Financial Statements

Equity Group Holdings Financial Statement as at 31st March 2019

Financial Statements
Share
Download
Email

Equity Group Holdings Financial Statement as at 30th June 2019

Financial Statements
Share
Download
Email

Condensed Financial Statements For The Period Ended 31st March 2019

Financial Statements
Share
Download
Email

Condensed Financial Statements For The Period Ended 30th June 2019

Financial Statements
Share
Download
Email

Investor Presentations

Equity Group Holdings PLC Q3 2019 Investor Presentation

Investor Presentations
Share
Download
Email

Equity Bank Group Q1 Financial Statement – 2018

Investor Presentations
Share
Download
Email

Equity Bank Group Q3 Financial Statement – 2018

Investor Presentations
Share
Download
Email

Equity Bank Group Q4 Financial Statement – 2018

Investor Presentations
Share
Download
Email

Annual Report

Condensed Financial Statements For The Period Ended 31st December 2018

Annual Report
Share
Download
Email

Equity Bank Annual Report - 2015

Annual Report
Share
Download
Email

Equity Bank Annual Report - 2012

Annual Report
Share
Download
Email

Equity Bank Group Financial Statement as at 31st December 2011

Annual Report
Share
Download
Email

Some of these institutions include, but are not limited to:

  1. The Mastercard Foundation
  2. UK Agency for International Development (UKaid)
  3. United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  4. Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
  5. Hong Kong Shangai Banking Corporation(HSBC)
  6. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  7. World Food Programme (WFP)
  8. German Development Bank ( KFW)
  9. United Nations International Fund for Children (UNICEF) jointly with Red Cross
  10. United Nations Capital Development Fund ( UNCDF)
  11. Swiss Foundation for Technical Co-operation ( Swisscontact)
  12. Consultative Group Assisting the Poor (CGAP)
  13. Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSD)
  14. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
  15. Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)
  16. The World Bank jointly with the Kenya Forest Service
  1. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
  2. Action Against Hunger ( ACF)
  3. Food for the Hungry (FH)
  4. Millennium Promise of Earth Institute
  5. Kenyatta University
  6. China Development Bank
  7. ResponsAbility Global Microfinance Fund
  8. Dexia Micro Credit Fund
  9. Blue Orchard Loans for Development SA
  10. Deutsche Bank Microfinance Fund
  11. Ontwikelinslanden N.V (FMO)
  12. Micro Finance Sector Support Credit (Ministry of Finance)
  13. Microfinance Enhancement Facility (MEF)
  14. International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  15. European Investment Bank (EIB

We are also members of the following network associations and forums

  1. Association of Microfinance Institutions (AMFI)
  2. Kenya Bankers Association (KBA)
  3. Women’s World Banking (WWB)
  4. Global Network for Banking Innovation (GNBI)
  5. Small Business Banking Network (SBBN)
  6. Micro Finance Network (MFN)
  1. Global Agenda Council on Emerging Multinationals 2010
  2. World Economic Forum
  3. Clinton Global Initiative
  4. African Leadership Network (ALN)
  5. UN Economic and Social Council

Share Holding

Monthly reports are made to the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) and the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) on the particulars of the shareholders as required by the law.

The following are details of key strategic shareholders of the bank:

1. HELIOS EB INVESTORS L.P. (HELIOS)

Helios invested in excess of Kshs 11 billion in 2007 to become the largest shareholder in Equity Bank with 24.45% shareholding. Helios is an Africa-focused private investment firm which operates a family of funds and their related co-investment entities, aggregating more than $1.7 billion in capital commitments, pursuing a full range of investment types, including business formations, growth equity investments, structured investments in listed entities and large scale leveraged acquisitions across Africa. Helios’ principals are Africans with a strong entrepreneurial track-record and sound experience in start-up and growth investments.

Helios manages capital on behalf of a group of investors, comprising of several leading global funds of funds, endowments and foundations, sovereign wealth funds, family offices, high net-worth individuals and development finance institutions, and all of Helios’ own investment professionals. Notable among the investors are:

  1. U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation (“OPIC”)
  2. CDC Group PLC
  3. International Finance Corporation (“IFC”)

Helios has access to an extensive global network of strategic, operational and financial partners and works actively with senior management of companies in which it has invested, including through its representation on the board of the portfolio companies.

Among the other major investments undertaken by Helios in Africa are:

  1. The acquisition of Interswitch Limited, the leading electronic payments processing company in Nigeria
  2. The US$ 50 million acquisition of a 16% shareholding in First City Monument Bank (FCMB) PLC of Nigeria; Vivo Energy, the joint venture between Helios and Vitol Group (“Vitol”) acquired for US$1 billion
  3. Royal Dutch
  4. Shell PLC’s (“Shell”) downstream businesses in Africa.

2. BRITISH –AMERICAN INVESTMENTS COMPANY (KENYA) LIMITED (BAICL)

BAICL is the holding company for the British-American Group in East Africa. It is a company listed on the Nairobi

Securities Exchange. British American Group is a global financial services firm and has two subsidiaries in Kenya namely British American Insurance Company (Kenya) Limited and British American Asset Managers (BAAM).

The largest shareholder in BAICL is British-American (Kenya) Holdings Limited which company is in turn controlled by British American Insurance Co. (Mauritius) Limited, a company incorporated in Mauritius where the Regional Office is located. The parent company of British American Insurance Co. (Mauritius) Limited is British American Holding Limited, a company registered under the International Business Companies Act of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. The global operations of the Group are ultimately controlled by British American (UK) Limited, a company domiciled in the United Kingdom.

Service finder
Equity Bank is Regulated by Central Bank of Kenya