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HF Group is an integrated financial solutions provider that is registered as a non-operating holding company (under the Banking Act Cap.488) and regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). The Group, previously known as Housing Finance, commenced operations on November 18th 1965, and has transitioned from being a mortgage financier to a provider of integrated financial solutions with interests in Personal Banking, SME and Commercial Banking, Trade Finance, Diaspora Banking, Treasury as a business, Property Finance and Insurance. HF Group is a public limited company, listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange since 1992. The company restructured its business and rebranded in August 2015, transforming from the single entity – Housing Finance, to the non-operating holding company, HF Group with four subsidiaries:

  • HFC
    HFC is the full service banking arm of the Group, deliverying one stop banking and investment solutions for our chosen segments, offering complete full banking solutions customized to meet the unique needs of our customers. These include Personal Banking, SME and Commercial Banking, Institutional Banking, Trade Finance and Digital Banking financial products and services.
    HFC has 22 branches across the country and robust digital banking platforms, accessible via mobile App, WhatsApp, USSD, online banking and online portals to ensure enhanced accessibility and user experience.
    • HFDI
      HFDI, formerly known as Kenya Building Society Limited (KBSL) is a property development company. Over the years, HFDI has been involved in the development of landmark estates including Buruburu and Komarock. On 9th May 2012, HFDI made a grand return to property supply after a 13-year hiatus, with the objective of spearheading the supply of quality and affordable housing to urban populations in Kenya. Presently, the company’s portfolio includes apartment buildings and comprehensive single-dwelling developments. The company partners with public and private sector stakeholders to address the acute shortage of supply of affordable housing in Kenya in line with the affordable housing pillar of the Government of Kenya’s Big Four Agenda
      • HFBI
        The HF Bancasurance Intermediary (HFBI) was incorporated on 29th November 2011 and licensed by the insurance regulator to transact business on 21st December in the same year. The initial focus of the subsidiary was the captive HF customer base, but with its growth, it is now reaching out to the general public and partnering with underwriters on different banc assurance solutions including general and life insurance.
        HFBI, in partnership with Britam has launched a retail medical cover dubbed AfyaMed, with an age limit of 75 years. The medical cover is expected to open up health coverage to more Kenyans as current medical covers in the country have an age limit of 65 years. The cover offers flexible limit options and a wide scope of cover including pre-existing and chronic diseases.
        • HF Foundation
          Incorporated on 21st March 2012, HF Foundation was launched in 2013 with a vision to deliver, facilitate and catalyze industry relevant and sustainable practical skills required by the building and construction industry through the creation of an ‘Army of One Million Artisans’ for Kenya.
          HF Foundation’s creation of an ‘Army of 1 Million Artisans’ initiative is an essential response to the acute shortage of formally trained artisans in the Building and Construction (B&C) industry in Kenya. This costs the industry heavily in terms of lower quality of workmanship, delays in completion of property development and high cost of importation of manpower.
          While the Foundation’s focus is the building and construction industry, the shortage of artisans is a national multi-sector concern touching key development areas for the nation. Kenya has a great need for HF Group skilled artisans given the ambitious development plan, Vision 2030, and the need to effectively exploit recently discovered oil and gas deposits –both of which are heavily dependent on the presence of the right quantity and quality of skilled artisans. HF Foundation is a trendsetter in tackling this issue at a sector level and is likely setting the stage for similar interventions in other pertinent sectors and geographies. For these reasons, this initiative is recognized as a Vision 2030 flagship project by the Government of Kenya.


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        • Head Office:
          Rehani House, Kenyatta Avenue / Koinange Street
        • Mobile:
          0709 438 000or0709 438 888
        • Email:
          [email protected]@hfgroup.co.ke
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