International Commercial Bank Zambia Limited
International Commercial Bank Zambia Limited (ICB Zambia) is a licensed commercial bank offering full range services to all sections of Zambian Society.
It offers products for individuals, SME segment, NGOs, Corporates, Parastatals, Clubs, Associations, Trusts etc. The product range includes Savings accounts, Current accounts, Fixed and Call deposits, Foreign Currency deposit accounts, Full range of remittances and forex services.
ICB Zambia offers Consumer Credit Facilities such as:
- Overdraft facilities
- Long Term Loans
- Vehicle Loans
- Letters of Credit
- Guarantees and Bonds
- Project Finance
- Trade Finance
- Loan Syndication
ICB Zambia is located in the state of the art building at the corner of Great North Washama Roads, at Villa Elizabetha, with ample parking space.
International Commercial Banking Group (ICB Banking Group)
The Bank is part of the ICB Banking Group. ICB Banking Group started its first bank in Hungary in 1994. It entered Africa in 1996 when it opened two banks in Ghana and Guinea.
ICB Group is now grown into an emerging market leader found in 10 African, 3 Asian and 1 European Countries. ICB Groups Global Management Centre is located at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
International Business Leader Award
The founder Chairman of the Group was awarded with the International Business Leader Award for 2006 by the Africa Investor. The Groups holding Company, ICB Financial Group Holdings AG, has been listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM market) since 2007. In addition ICB Group Banks have won several awards for excellence in banking awarded by the prestigious Bankers Magazine London and Global Finance Magazine.
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Lusaka Main Branch
Corner Washama/Great North Roads
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The Zambian textile and clothing Industry has seen better days and is now facing stiff competition from imported cheap garments and also from second-hand clothing commonly known as 'salaula'.
Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia is well connected by major roads to Tanzania, Chipata, Chirundu and Livingstone.
The July 2015 Zambian inflation rate was recorded at 7.1%, the same as that of June 2015.