Friday 29th June, 2018… Equity Bank Tanzania has today handed over 5 mobile police posts to the Ministry of Home Affairs through the Hon. Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania in Dodoma. The mobile police posts were donated to the bank as a way to bolster the efforts of the government in promoting security.
Dar es Salaam, 19th feb, 2018 – Benki ya Equity imezindua huduma za benki kwa njia ya kimtandao, huduma hizi zilizopewa jina “Eazzy Banking” zitawawezesha wateja wa benki kupata huduma za kibenki kwa njia ya mtandao popote walipo, muda wowote watakapo hitaji, kupitia simu zao za mkononi, vifaa vingine vya mawasiliano kama tablets au Ipads na compyuta za mezani au laptop.
05/11… Equity Bank TZ and Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) have entered into a partnership that allows tax payers in Tanzania to pay all their taxes through Equity Bank branches countrywide.
Equity Bank Group third quarter profits soars 26% on the back of growing regional economic activities
Equity Bank Group, on Thursday announced that its profit after tax for the third quarter of 2014 grew by 26% to Kshs. 11.2 billion up from Kshs. 8.9 billion in the same period last year.
Regional financial services provider Equity Bank Group has returned to its traditional growth path by recording a 21% growth in its first quarter performance amidst a challenging operating environment.
Equity Bank Group’s investment in ICT and Focus on SME boosts profits by 11 percent in the year 2013 while cementing Return on Equity at 28% despite challenging environment
Equity Bank And American Express Announce Card Issuing And Merchant Acquiring Partnership In Kenya, Tanzania And Uganda
Equity Bank Group Strengthens Its Fundamentals While Expenses Of ICT, Innovation And Product Rollout
Equity Bank Group strengthens its fundamentals while expenses of ICT, Innovation and Product Rollout Slows Profit Growth To 7%
Regional banking group, Equity Bank's reduction of interest rates by 700 bps from 25% to 18% has paid off by growing its loan book by Kshs 11 billion to Kshs 150 billion from Kshs 139 billion in the first quarter 2013 resulting in a growth of 21% in Year on Year.