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Online: In Conversation with Kennedy Bungane, African Bank CEO

​Join the GIBS CEO Conversation: Professor Morris Mthombeni in discussion with African Bank CEO Kennedy Bungane

About the speaker:

Kennedy Bungane was appointed as CEO of African Bank in 2021. With over 20 years of banking experience, having started his career at Standard Bank in 1991, Bungane earned his banking and leadership stripes through holding several positions in the various departments within the Bank. He was Head of Global Markets Sales, Head of Institutional and Corporate Banking, and Chief Executive of Corporate and Investment Banking for South Africa and also served as a member of the Standard Bank of SA Executive Committee and the Standard Bank Group Executive Committee. Kennedy later joined Barclays Africa in 2012 as Chief Executive of Barclays Africa Limited and Head of Absa Group strategy, where he led the sale of Barclays Africa Ltd to Absa Group and the formulation of the ‘One Barclays in African strategy.’ In his previous role as the National President of the Association of Black Securities Investment Professionals (“ABSIP”), Kennedy played a significant role in negotiating and drafting the Financial Services Charter. This charter was later gazetted as a BBBEE Sector Code of good practice in transforming the financial services sector.

About African Bank:

African Bank Limited, is a retail bank in South Africa, that offers financial products and services. The Bank is licensed as a "locally controlled bank" by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB). Headquartered in Midrand, South Africa, the bank has a countrywide branch distribution network in addition to a fully digital channel offering; as well as sales, collections, and customer service Contact Centres.

Date: Thursday, 24 March 2022
Time: 14:00 - 15:00

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