Equity in ’09 2009 and beyond will likely be working a model akin to the universal bank model that only CFC Stanbic has in Kenya or East Africa for example. Retail bank or investment company: provider of probably the largest collection of retail bank products. The lender is attempting to shush all the sounds about long queues in its branches. Its scaling up its mobile banking offering and moving ATMs to supermarkets and other retailers.
It will presumably also try to generate HFCK into the fold at last by offering it the distribution channel as well as products (Hekima Milele product being done jointly with Britak is ground-breaking in some respects). Investment bank or investment company: Initially I think this will you need to be the brokerage offering plus custody service layered on top. It is already doing the custody business very profitably (made something in the region of Ksh1.5bn from Safcom IPO). According to the piece in the typical, it’s talking to around 6 firms in the NSE about buying an investment bank or investment company license.
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Insurer: Its already got several products on the market. Another move could be a formal distribution agreement with BRITAK which was until Helios came along, its largest shareholder. The fit in terms of culture is very good actually. The offer would only be considered a win-win if Equity gets a cut of the front-premium and repeat premiums for distribution rather becoming an originator of insurance products because embedded values enter into play. Can the model work for Equity where its failed for many others?
Please remember that before Stanbic came along, CFC results tended to go and down somewhat primarily because of its CFC Life business up. In the west, the universal banking model is now besmirched given that the two largest writedowns have come from universal banks (Citigroup and UBS). Quite simply, it comes down to risk management and insufficient management understanding of investment bank. Risk management is something that Equity has already established to work hard on and will should do so to be always a success.
Nyaga and FT should be ideas of what can happen usually. 2. Regional bank or investment company: Though UML is small (83k depositors and around Ksh2bn in deposits), Equity’ plan is to reproduce its retail bank success in Kenya across M7’s country. It is also advertising for hires to help open its first branch in South Sudan though I suspect that’ll be very gradual business development.
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