In a move that’s akin to spreading fairy dust across the nation, Stima Sacco has established branches far and wide. They’ve strategically sprinkled these branches like digital confetti, making sure that no corner of the country is left untouched by their accessibility magic.
From the bustling streets of Nairobi to the serene landscapes of Kisii, Stima Sacco has woven a web of branches that rivals even the most intricate spider silk.
This nationwide presence means that whether you’re a city slicker or a country dweller, you’re never too far away from a Stima Sacco branch. It’s like having a trusted financial companion that’s always within arm’s reach.
Need to discuss your retirement plan while sipping chai in Nakuru? Stima Sacco has got you covered. Want to explore investment options in Mombasa? They’re practically waving a palm frond to beckon you in.
Here are the branches:
- Head Office at Stima Sacco Plaza Mushembi Road, Parklands in Nairobi, Kenya
- CBD E-House, Nairobi at Electricity House, First Floor, Harambee Avenue.
- Embu at Embu Pearl Center in Embu Town
- Olkaria at Geothermal Complex, Olkaria
- Mombasa at Electricity House, Ground Floor, Nkrumah Road
- Kisii at Waumini Plaza, Ground Floor
- Kawi, Nairobi at Kawi Complex, South C Bellevue, Off Mombasa Road, Off Red
- Nakuru at Meems Building, Kenyatta Avenue Nakuru
- Parklands at Stima Sacco Plaza Mushembi Road, Parklands in Nairobi, Kenya
- Meru at Greenwood Mall 2nd Floor
- CBD Kimathi, Nairobi at Victor House, Along Kimathi Street
- Eldoret on Zion Mall, Malaba Road
- Kisumu at Westend Mall, Achieng Oneko Road
Last week, the Kisumu Branch won three prestigious awards. Stima Sacco emerged as the best Cooperative movement and Sacco stand, beating all its peers across the country, further testifying to its long-standing tradition of being the best among the rest.
Stima Sacco emerged as the second-best financial institution other than a bank. For years, the largest Sacco in the region has played a role in enhancing financial inclusion among Kenyans within the country and those in the diaspora through savings and affordable credit.
The Sacco also emerged as the second-best non-agro-based and financial industry that interprets the current show theme.