NBS Bank appoints Vera Zulu as Chief Finance Officer

NBS Bank has appointed accomplished woman finance manager Vera Yamikani Zulu as its Chief Finance Officer.

Vera Zulu: NBS Bank CFO

NBS Bank said in a statement that Zulu is a seasoned and qualified accountant with 18 years experience, 15 of which were in the banking industry.

“Prior to joining NBS Bank, Mrs. Zulu was with Nedbank Malawi as Chief Finance Officer. In her own capacity, Vera is a member of the board of Malawi College of Accountancy,” reads the statement in part.

Zulu holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from the University of Derby (UK) and a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree from the University of Malawi. She is also a fellow of the Association of chartered certified accountants (FCCA) and a certified public accountant (CPA) with the Institute of Chartered Accountants Malawi.

“Mrs. Zulu brings to NBS Bank valuable experience and expertise which the bank believes will be key to its transformation,” reads the statement in part.

Many financial analysts have hailed NBS for the appointment which is also seen as part of women empowerment

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6 years ago

I believe that she has the best qualifications for the JOB komano we need results i closed my account with NBS Bank due to poor services nde limbikirani to improve service delivery

6 years ago

Bwanji osathandiza dziko lathuli. These are the right people to turnaround this country. We need brilliant brains . If we can’t sort out our country all these banks will collapse. Team up with Chilima. I am pleading with all young brilliant guys and ladies to form a new party and rescue out country from the jaws. Akutidya tikuona. God help Malawi

6 years ago

When did you start writing about appointments of CFOs? Ok. Because she is good looking.

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