Anne Juuko is a few steps away from becoming the next Chief Executive Officer for Stanbic Bank.
According to CEO East Africa, Juuko, has reportedly beaten Sam Mwogeza, the bank’s current Chief Finance Officer and Kevin Wingfield, the Executive Director and Head Personal and Business Banking, to one of the most coveted and well-paying jobs in corporate Uganda.
She will be replacing Patrick Mweheire, who also according to sources is heading to Nairobi to take up the Regional Chief Executive, East Africa. Mweheire replaces Greg Brackenridge, who was one of the key players in managing the acquisition of Uganda Commercial Bank by Standard Bank.
Quick facts about Juuko:
Juuko, holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda and a master’s degree in Strategic Planning from the Herriot Watt Business School in Edinburgh, Scotland.
She also has completed various professional courses and programmes in management and leadership.
Juuko was between April 2009 a Vice President, Head Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities at Citibank Uganda Limited, before heading to Citibank Kenya as Vice President, Customer Sales and Derivatives Marketing, a role she served between June 2010 and June 2012.
She then returned to Stanbic Bank to take a Head, Global Markets role till December 2017 when she got appointed, Head, Corporates and Investment Banking at Standard Bank, Namibia; a role she took up in January 2018.
While as head of Global Markets, Juuko is said to have exhibited all-star performance, winning the highly coveted Primary Dealer of the Year award for 6 consecutive years.
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