KCB Bank Kenya has partnered with Visa to roll out two premium cards targeting high-net-worth clients in Kenya. The KCB signature card and KCB infinite card are available exclusively by invitation. They target customers earning between Kshs. 300,000 and Kshs. 1 million per month , and over Kshs. 1 million per month respectively for the signature and infinite cards respectively. The cards will enable customers to access more experiences with bespoke travel and lifestyle offerings and wellness features. This is in addition to best-in-class rewards and exclusive benefits supported by dedicated relationship managers.
Jane Isiaho, KCB Bank Kenya retail director said that the roll out of the two cards is in response to the evolving customer preferences. “ The cards will provide unparalleled benefits and privileges that cater to the refined needs of our discerning clientele,” Isiaho said. “ We are confident that this offering will further elevate the bank’s premium proposition,” she added.
The cardholders will enjoy accelerated rewards earning rates, supported by a dedicated round the clock (24/7) concierge team for travel arrangements and personalized recommendations. This comprehensive travel package also includes privileges like airport lounge access and preferential treatment at partner hotels and resorts worldwide. Moreover, these customers will have access to prestigious golf clubs and tournaments globally and the flexibility to transact both in Kenyan Shillings and United States Dollar, further enhancing their financial convenience and global accessibility.
“We are thrilled to extend our longstanding partnership with KCB Bank through the introduction of the Visa Signature and Infinite Cards. The two cards offer a unique blend of services and benefits that reflect the sophistication and financial needs of customers. With these cards, we aim to provide KCB customers with exceptional spending power, enhanced protection, and superior rewards”, said Eva Ngigi-Sarwari, Visa Kenya Country Manager.
This collaboration marks a significant milestone for the Bank as it is a testament to its commitment to building a world-class offering for its high net-worth customers.
According to the latest market research report that provides detailed analysis of market trends in the Kenya’ cards and payments industry, Kenya cards and payments market volume was $49.5 million as at the end of 2022 and is expected to achieve a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of more than 17% between 2022-2026.