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Women excel at Standard Bank Namibia

Women in Leadership at Standard Bank Namibia: Saara Shivute (standing) Manager Operations Shared Services; Head of Legal Services, Magano Erkana and Manager of Operations Control, Uanjengua Katjiuanjo.

Women in Leadership at Standard Bank Namibia: Saara Shivute (standing) Manager Operations Shared Services; Head of Legal Services, Magano Erkana and Manager of Operations Control, Uanjengua Katjiuanjo.

Women are fast climbing the corporate ladder by taking up positions at the executive, senior and middle management levels at Standard Bank Namibia.
Highlighting this trend, Standard Bank Namibia’s Head of Human Resources Isdor Angula said  women are the majority across all levels of work including managerial levels at the bank. According to Angula more than 60% of the workforce are women. “This clearly creates confidence in women to excel in their careers, while at the same time living up to our values of growing our people as a bank,” he said.
The Standard Bank Group has taken the development of women further by introducing the Global Standard Bank Group Women in Leadership programme specifically aimed at high potential women at management level to accelerate their development and to equip them for some of the challenges that lie ahead.
The Head of Personal and Business Banking Baronice Hans and Head of Credit for South and Central Africa, Piere Clarke serve alongside three male colleagues at Executive Directors Level.

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