FDH Bank appoints Charity Mseka as new board chairperson

The Board of Directors of FDH Bank plc has appointed finance expert Charity Joy Mseka as its new Board Chairperson effective 27 November, 2020.

Charity Joy Mseka FDH Bank plc new Chairperson

Mseka has extensive experience in Banking and Finance and previously served as Director of Banking, Director of Accounting and Finance and Chief Accountant at the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM).

She also served as a Non-Executive Director of National Integrated Technologies Limited (NITEL) and Export Development Fund Limited. She currently also sits on the Board of Tilitonse Foundation and was recently appointed Council Member for the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR).

Making the announcement in Blantyre on Thursday, FDH Bank plc Company Secretary Juliano Kanyongolo said Mseka, a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), holds a Master of Science Degree in Strategic Business Management from Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom and a Diploma in Business Studies from the Polytechnic, a constituent college of the University of Malawi.

“With over 35 years’ experience as a regulator, Mrs. Mseka brings to the Board rich expertise in institutional leadership, banking services, finance and risk management, among others. She takes over from Mr. Arthur Oginga who has left the Board due to other commitments,” said Kanyongolo in the statement.

FDH Bank plc listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange (MSE) on 3rd August 2020 and saw its initial public offer (IPO) being oversubscribed by over K300 million.

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PelomaPepe
PelomaPepe
7 months ago

This a great female role model! Congrats Mama! Keep on shinning!!!

Mavembe
Mavembe
7 months ago
Reply to  PelomaPepe

She has CIMA, a professional qualification that is bigger than a bachelor’s degree and is equivalent to a masters to some extent.

Nthondwe
Nthondwe
7 months ago
  1. Congratulations Charity
Kasim
Kasim
7 months ago

Koma from a diploma jumping to a master’s no bachelor degree. This progression is disturbing. Kaya

BornForTheSmoke
BornForTheSmoke
7 months ago
Reply to  Kasim

It’s perfectly normal. She’s an accomplished business person who has earned her credentials. Envy and jealousy is a disease my friend. Get help.

Chisale
Chisale
7 months ago
Reply to  Kasim

There goes a problem with you people. When you get a bachelor’s degree from these numerous universities in the country, you think you know it all. Do you know that once you have the experience you get exemptions from a lot of these mickey mouse degrees?

THE CITIZEN!!!!!
THE CITIZEN!!!!!
7 months ago

Please study how fellow business news journalists arrange their articles…
instead of posting your pictures on facebook or whatever socia media medium, spend time reading business articles on news sites such as BBC.COM , CNN.COM, MSN.COM.
BY DOING SO YOU WILL BE THE GREAT WRITER….
AM NOT THE FIRST TO GO THRU THIS , but others who read before ddnt find it appealing thats why they couldnt comment ….

Executive Mtonga
Executive Mtonga
7 months ago

Congratulations Mama. Way to go.

Mdala
Mdala
7 months ago

Oginga wangochoka?

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