Strong business development professional holding a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Economics and Marketing, a Graduate Certificate in Management (with Distinction) and a Master of International Business (MIB) focused in International Trade and Finance (with Distinction) all from Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Western Australia.
Well qualified female professional with a demonstrated history of over 10 years working in the Financial and Business Services Sector in various positions, including Bank Operations, Corporate Relationship Manager and Investment Specialist. Currently working as an experienced Acquisition Manager with demonstrated skill and professional training in negotiation, sales, closing and wining business deals, as well as advanced analytical, event and people management skills. Additionally serving as an Account Executive for Public Sector Businesses with a view to expand the bank's participation in this sector.
First National Bank (FNB) Zambia Limited was incorporated in 2009 in Zambia. FNB Zambia is part of the First Rand Group of South Africa. FirstRand is one of Africa’s largest financial institutions with total assets of close to USD87 billion. FirstRand is differentiated by its unique business philosophy, decentralised structure, owner manager culture and portfolio branding strategy.
FirstRand is made up of the following companies:
FNB: Retail and commercial activities in RSA and the broader African continent. FNB produces and manages the Group’s core banking products and solutions.
RMB: RMB is the investment banking arm of FirstRand. Domiciled in Johannesburg, RMB has a team of specialists who provide a comprehensive range of structured treasury risk management and investment banking solutions.In addition to being the leading Investment Bank in South Africa, RMB has provided financial solutions to clients across 35 countries on the African continent.
WesBank: specializes in financing movable assets such as plant, machinery, materials handling equipment, trucks and trailers, computers and office equipment, as well as the financing of vehicle fleets and fleet management.
Ashburton: Incremental, organic asset management strategy in South Africa only
The group has presence in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Nigeria, Mozambique and Tanzania, with branches in London and India as well as representative offices in Dubai and China