Non-bank financial services provider Sanlam Kenya has announced the closure of three branches across the country saying this is part of its plans to adopt a unified distribution model.
The NSE listed company says branches that will be closed are; Migori, Kerugoya and Chuka. The good news is that staff members in these branches will be redeployed to other service centres.
Sanlam Kenya Group CEO, Mr Mugo Kibati says its part of the firm’s five-year growth strategy geared at unifying and integrating all the firm’s businesses under one brand to seamlessly provide its clients with solutions and services that are currently underway.
Sanlam Kenya will now operate 28 fully fledged client service centres countrywide.