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Graduates gain vital experience at Standard Bank

Graduates gain vital experience at Standard Bank

Ever since the first intake of graduates joined Standard Bank under the newly introduced annual Graduate Programme in early March this year, the youngsters have expressed their appreciation of what they have gained and experienced at Standard Bank. The new 2015 recruits are namely: Ndatota Hangula who studied Honours in Financial Management (Rhodes University in South Africa); La’ renique van der Ross who completed her Honours in Information Systems (Rhodes University in South Africa); Naky Naris studied Bachelor of Information Technology in Systems, Administration and Networks (Polytechnic of Namibia) and Jonas Tomanga completed his Bachelor of Engineering (University of Namibia). The graduates were selected out of a total of 517 applicants and are currently undergoing a rotating work experience of between 18-36 months in all the relevant structures of the Bank namely: Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB), Personal and Business Banking (PBB) and Enabling Functions (EF). (From l-to-r) Standard Bank’s Graduates La’ renique van der Ross, Ndatota Hangula, Naky Naris and Jonas Tomanga.

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