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RMB beefs up Coverage sector


Daniel Motinga left the financial world for farming but without rain nobody can produce, so he is back, this time at RMB, the sister company of his former employer, FNB.
RMB Namibia, a division of FNB Namibia, and a leading corporate and investment bank has proudly announced the appointment of Daniel Motinga, Senior Client Coverage Manager Public Sector, RMB and Tuyeni Akwenye as Coverage Manager. Partnership and People are two of the 4 strategic pillars of the bank and a huge part of the 2010 vision and employing the right people in the right positions is our commitment to partnering customers appropriately on all levels.
Said Motinga of his appointment and return to the FNB stable, “Primarily I am responsible for growing and driving a sustainable relationship with stakeholders in the public sector in support of the Group’s medium and long term strategy. I am certainly looking forward to building mutually beneficial engagements within this portfolio’’, he comments. He holds an MA in Economics from the University of East Anglia, UK, as well as BEcon (Unam) and Hons BCom (Unisa).
Tuyeni Akwenye joins the RMB Namibia Coverage team as Coverage Manager responsible for the Financial Institutions Sector where his primary role is in serving to deliver the entire capability of Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) to the client base in the Financial Institution Sector. He holds a Bachelor of Business Science in Actuarial Science, obtained from the University of Cape Town (UCT), Associate level Actuary and CFA Level 3 candidate.

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