Joshua Oigara holds a Masters degree in Business Administration with a distinction in International Business Management from Edith Cowan University, Australia, a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, Accounting Option, from the University of Nairobi and is an Advanced Management Program Graduate from INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France.
He is a graduate of the Program for Management Development (JuMP), Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, North Carolina, USA as well as a Certified Public Accountant of Kenya, CPA (K), having studied at the School of Accountancy, Strathmore University, Kenya.
He was appointed KCB Group CEO in January 2013 CURRENT KCB GROUP BOARD APPOINTMENTS: Joshua is a member of the Risk Management, HR & Nomination, IT & Innovation and Finance & Strategy committees and serves as a member of the KCB Bank Kenya Limited, KCB Capital Limited and KCB Insurance Agency Limited Boards and is a trustee of the KCB Foundation.
The funding for the Group comes from investors, institutional lenders and deposits from our clients. The funds are used to run the activities of the Group and generate returns for shareholders.
Our human capital - people, management and leadership – are key to the growth of the business and increasing shareholder returns.
Our intellectual assets, such as brand value, innovative products, innovation capacity and reputation also plays a key role in growing the business. Strong brand affinity and exceptional innovation capacity keeps us ahead of the curve.
These are key assets as it relates to relationships with our stakeholders (Customers, country governments, regulators, employees, investors, other financial institutions and media).
Our business structure and operational processes that provide the structure and mechanisms through which we run the bank including information technology software, systems and structures.
This relates to our impact, directly and indirectly on the environment.