Compare Fixed Deposit Accounts in Kenya

To compare fixed deposit accounts:

  • Decide on the period (term) you want to invest your money and then compare. One financial institution for example may offer you 3.50% on a one year investment, where another may offer you 4.50% for that same term.
  • Compare based on the amount you’ll want to invest. Some financial institutions will tier their interest rates based on the amount deposited. For example, a one year term deposit of Ksh 200,000.00 may earn 3.50% while a one year term deposit of Ksh 300,000.00 may earn 4.50%.
  • Find out if there are any monthly maintenance fees, ledger fees, taxation on your earnings, fees to open the account or fees to close the account early-this is just in case you have an emergency and need to access to your funds sooner than expected. Some financial institutions will penalise /charge you a percentage of the investment or set cancellation fee.
Provider /Account Min. Opening Balance Duration Interest Other Features
barclays bank logo
Fixed Term Deposit Account
  • Ksh 50,000.00
  • Invested for an agreed term of your choice.
  • Tiered interest rates (Rates not stated)
  • Can be baid monthly, quarterly, bi-annually, or annually depending on the maturity of your deposit.
  • Interest can be paid directly to a Barclays' account of your choice.
  • Available in local and foreign currencies.
  • Account can act as security for loans.
standard chartered bank logo
Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh.200,000.00
  • 1, 3, 6, 12 months
  • Competitive interest rates (Rates not stated)
  • Interest calculated daily and paid on maturity date
  • Security for loans or overdrafts
  • Guaranteed rate of return
  • Earnings can be reinvested (on request) or earn interest as per tenure
  • Balances and statements available on request
post bank logo
Fixed deposit account
  • Ksh 30, 000.00
  • 3, 6, 9, 12, 24 months
  • Interest rates not stated
  • No monthly ledger and maintenance fee.
  • Available for joint or group participation.
nbk logo
Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh 50,000.00
  • Minimum 1 month
  • Interest rates on balance depends on duration chosen.
post bank logo
Fixed deposit Account
  • Ksh 100,000.00
  • 30 days, 60 days, 90 days or 12 months
  • Interest rate is fixed during the investment period and is calculated and paid at maturity
  • No maximum investment amount
  • No monthly management fees
  • Funds are available upon maturity
Provider /Account Min. Opening Balance Duration Interest Other Features
im bank logo
Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh 50,000.00
  • 1 month to 2 years.
  • Interest rate not stated
  • Interest paid at maturity and is subject to a statutory 15% withholding tax, unless exempted.
Prime bank logo
Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh. 500,000.00
  • 1 month to 1 year
  • Interest rate not stated
Imperial bank logo
Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh 100,000.00
  • 1 month to 3 months.
  • Interest rates are mutually negotiable.
dtb bank logo
Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh 100,000.00, US$ 10,000.00, GBP 10,000.00 or EURO 10,000.00
  • 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year.
  • Interest rates not stated
Kenya Women Finance Trust logo
Riziki Fixed Deposit Account
  • Ksh 20,000.00
  • Negotiable and attractive rates of interest
  • Free cheques when redeeming the deposits
  • Special consideration when one applies for a loan.

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