Equity Bank Kenya Routing Number

Equity Bank Kenya Routing Number. A Bank routing Number is a 9-digit code used to identify a financial institution in a transaction. It’s based on the location of the bank where your account was opened. It’s also known as an RTN (Routing Transit Number)Combined with your account number, it allows institutions and Banks to locate your individual account.

Equity Bank Kenya Routing Number

Equity Bank Kenya Limited is a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. It is licensed as a commercial bank by the Central Bank of Kenya, which is the central bank and national banking regulator of Kenya. It’s one of the Leading Banks in Kenya, Africa, and the World.

The routing number of Equity Bank is 101105354

Equity’s key purpose is to financially empower and elevate communities at the grassroots level throughout Africa. Through partnerships with organizations that share our vision and the provision of economic aid, we have transformed how our customer banks and provided access to financial resources that will change lives.

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How to use Equity Bank Kenya Routing Number

You can use Equity Bank Routing Number when:

  • When a customer wants to set up a direct deposit
  • When making a deposit in Diaspora
  • When paying a loan
  • when providing your Equity Bank account as your Primary Payment method

Frequently Asked Questions 

1.What is the Equity bank Kenya routing number for PayPal?

Paypal may ask you for your Equity Bank Routing Number to provide it when linking your account to Paypal ,the Routing Number is 101105354

2.How many branches does equity bank have in Kenya

Equity Bank maintains a network of 190 branches across Kenya, which includes 52 branches in Nairobi.
Headquarters: 9th Floor, Equity Centre; Hospital …
Predecessor: Equity Building Society
Industry: Banking
3.Do kenyan banks have a routing number
Yes Kenyan Banks have routing numbers ,a 9-digit code used to identify a financial institution in a transaction. It’s based on the location of the bank where your account was opened

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Jonas