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Treasury Bills | CBK

•    The card(s) should be completed in BLOCK LETTERS, neatly and clearly.
•    Names MUST be written in the order that they appear on the identification document.
•    NO alternations/errors.
•    The card MUST not be folded or disfigured in anyway.
•    Authorised signatories will be required to sign the card in the presence of a designated CBK Officer or any Authorised Agent.
•    On completion, applicants will personally submit the duly completed card(s) together with:
o    One recent coloured passport size photograph.
– The reverse side of the photograph MUST be certified by the applicants Bankers and stamped.
– The photograph must NOT be stapled or glued to the card.
o    Originals and copies of the following documents for certification (Note that the copies will be retained by CBK):
– Certificate of incorporation and/or valid licence and/or certification of registration.
– Minutes/extract of minutes of Board resolution authorising investment in Kenya Government Securities, stating the authorised signatories for the account, including their names and identification numbers.
– National Identity card, valid passport or alien certificate for the authorised signatories. For foreigners a valid work permit should be included.
– Audited report for the last financial year.
– Tax exemption certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (if applicable).
•    Emboss corporate seal on all the CDS card(s).
•    Two signatories of your Bankers, whether a commercial bank or financial institution, must sign and stamp the card on the space provided, confirming the Bank account details.

• All authorised signatories will be required to complete a mandate card, in this case is the specimen signature mandate card (the card), which can be collected from any of the Central Bank of Kenya Branches in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret or the Currency Centres in Meru, Nakuru and Nyeri.• The card(s) should be completed in BLOCK LETTERS, neatly and clearly.• Names MUST be written in the order that they appear on the identification document.• NO alternations/errors.• The card MUST not be folded or disfigured in anyway.• Authorised signatories will be required to sign the card in the presence of a designated CBK Officer or any Authorised Agent.• On completion, applicants will personally submit the duly completed card(s) together with:o One recent coloured passport size photograph.– The reverse side of the photograph MUST be certified by the applicants Bankers and stamped.– The photograph must NOT be stapled or glued to the card.o Originals and copies of the following documents for certification (Note that the copies will be retained by CBK):– Certificate of incorporation and/or valid licence and/or certification of registration.– Minutes/extract of minutes of Board resolution authorising investment in Kenya Government Securities, stating the authorised signatories for the account, including their names and identification numbers.– National Identity card, valid passport or alien certificate for the authorised signatories. For foreigners a valid work permit should be included.– Audited report for the last financial year.– Tax exemption certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (if applicable).• Emboss corporate seal on all the CDS card(s).• Two signatories of your Bankers, whether a commercial bank or financial institution, must sign and stamp the card on the space provided, confirming the Bank account details.

Kindly note:
•    The commercial bank/financial institution under Note 9 above must be licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya.
•    Payments will be made to the bank account specified in the mandate card.
•    On receipt of all the requirements, CDS account application(s) will be processed within seven working days.
•    Change of address may be advised through a letter signed by signatories as per the mandate.
•    To change details of the CDS account one completes a CDS card and follows all the requirements mentioned from No. 1 to 10.
•    For any further clarifications kindly contact us by calling +254 20 2860000, by emailing [email protected] or [email protected], or by visiting our offices in Nairobi, Kisumu, Mombasa, Meru, Nakuru or Nyeri.

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