Stanbic Bank’s Anne Juuko moves to Kenya for a new role

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Stanbic Bank Uganda has announced that its CEO, Anne Juuko has been elevated to a new role within Standard Bank Group, as global markets regional head for East Africa.

This was announced in a statement released by Stanbic Bank Uganda.

According to the statement, Juuko’s appointment is effective April 1, 2024 and successor will be confirmed in due course.

As part of her new assignment, she will oversee seven markets within East Africa, namely; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, DR Congo, South Sudan, Malawi and Zambia.

Kayode Solola, Standard Bank Group executive head for global markets- Africa regions said; “I congratulate Anne on this skyward deployment within the Group Africa Regions Global Markets leadership where she will oversee seven markets including Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, DR Congo, South Sudan, Malawi and Zambia.”

Damoni Kitabire, the board chairman for Stanbic Bank Uganda, said, “We thank Anne and the leadership team in Uganda for the collaboration and leading their respective teams to considerable success and delivering for both our customers and shareholders.”

Patrick Mweheire, the Standard Bank Group regional Chief Executive for East Africa said, “I congratulate and welcome Anne to the East Africa region- an important an important growth vector in the Group’s business strategy. I am confident that she will succeed in her new mandate- steering the respective country team to deliver satisfactorily on the set revenue, profitability and sustainability goals, given her expertise, market networks, and leadership experience.”

Juuko, is not new to global markets banking having joined the Standard Bank Group 12 years ago as head of Global Markets for Stanbic Bank Uganda.

Later, she moved on to serve as head of Corporate and Investment Banking Namibia, until 2020 when she was appointed Chief Executive at Stanbic Uganda.

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