Centenary Bank Appoints Joseph Kiwanuka Balikuddembe As New Executive Director

Centenary Bank Appoints Joseph Kiwanuka Balikuddembe As New Executive Director

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By Spy Uganda

Kampala: Mr. Joseph Kiwanuka Balikuddembe has been appointed Executive Director at Centenary Bank, Uganda’s leading commercial microfinance bank, where his banking career started.

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“Mr. Balikuddembe brings to Centenary Bank over 21 years of experience in the banking industry having worked with some of Africa’s largest banks with operations in Uganda,” announces Centenary Bank in a statement.

Prior to assuming the Executive Director position at Centenary Bank, Mr. Balikuddembe served as the Executive Director at United Bank for Africa (UBA) Uganda.

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He also held a number of senior executive roles at ABSA Bank (formerly Barclays), including; Vice President – Head of Business Banking, Retail and Business Banking, Vice President – Head of Trade Finance, Corporate and Investment Banking, Relationship Manager – Multinationals and Large Corporates, Corporate and Investment Banking.

Before then, Mr. Balikuddembe served at Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited, where he was the Business Manager, Personal and Business Banking. He holds a Master’s in Business Administration (Finance and Strategy) from the prestigious Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University and a Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Agriculture from Makerere University (1998).

”He is happy to return at Centenary Bank, where he started his banking career as a banking officer in 1999,” adds the Bank.

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