|Founded||20 June 2017|
|Revenue||Aftertax:KSh365.88 million (US$3.46 million) (2019)|
|Total assets||KSh8.65 billion (US$82 million) (2019)|
Mayfair CIB Bank Limited, is a commercial bank in Kenya. It is licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya, the country's central bank and national banking regulator.
The headquarters and main branch of the bank are located on the Mezzanine Floor at KAM House, along Mwanzi Road, in Westlands, Nairobi. The geographical location of the bank's headquarters are:01°15'28.0"S, 36°48'08.5"E (Latitude:-1.257778; Longitude:36.802361).
Mayfair CIB Bank is a retail banking institution, serving small to medium enterprises, large corporate clients and individuals. The bank was started in 2017, as a greenfield investment, by 31 Kenyan investors. As of December 2019, the bank's total assets were valued at KSh8.65 billion (US$82 million), with shareholders' equity of KSh1.040 billion (US$10 million).
Mayfair CIB Bank was granted a banking licence by the CBK on 20 June 2017 and began its operations on 1 August 2017.
In December 2019, Commercial International Bank, based in Egypt began the process of seeking regulatory approval in Egypt and Kenya, to acquire a controlling interest in Mayfair Bank.
As of December 2019, Mayfair CIB Bank maintained five networked branches at the following locations:
Mayfair CIB Bank is governed by a ten-person Board of Directors with Anjay Patel serving as the Chairman and Raminder Bir Singh as the CEO.
On the 3rd of December 2019, it was announced that one of Egypt’s top banks, Commercial International Bank (CIB) wanted to acquire Mayfair Bank. In April 2020, after receiving regulatory and shareholder approval from Nairobi and Cairo, CIB paid US$35 million in exchange for 51 percent shareholding in Mayfair Bank. The bank is in the process of rebranding to Mayfair CIB Bank Kenya Limited.