Co-operative Bank is among the top banks in Kenya. Since the introduction of the agent banking services, they too embraced it. Co-op Kwa Jirani is their agent service offering banking needs for Kenyans. This service is available for customers, non-customers, cooperatives, SME customers, corporates, and SACCO-link members.
You can get all simple banking services such as deposits, withdrawals, utility payments, mini-statements, funds transfer, fee payment, check balance and much more from the agent appointed by the bank.
For one to apply to become an agent, it is not a must for you to have an account. You can visit any co-operative bank to get you started.
Who can become co-op kwa Jirani agent
- Co-operative societies
- Sole proprietorships
- Public entities
- State corporations
- Limited liability companies
What documents are needed to become Co-op kwa jirani Agent
Becoming an agent with Co-operative bank requires the applicant to have various documents to support your quest. To own an agent shop, these are what you need:
- A signed and completed Agency Banking Application by the applicant
- Two passport Size photographs
- Copies of National ID or equivalent
- Certificate of good conduct
- Certificate of registration
- Current business permit
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) of the business owners or directors
- CBK form 3 &CBK form 4 witnessed by the commissioner of Oaths
- Business permits for the last 12 months
- Bank statements if you are not a co-op Bank account holder
- PIN certificate
For cooperatives and SACCOs, there are additional documents required:
- SASRA approval for FOSAs
- Audited books of accounts for the last 2 years
- VAT registration (where applicable)
- Resolution to carry out agency banking
There is a CBK application fee of Kshs 1,000. Your float placement is determined by customer limit which will be arrived at during appraisal.