Standard Bank of Malawi takes charge on International Women’s Day

As women from all walks of life commemorate International Women’s Day, top executives from Standard Bank Malawi are leading their contemporaries at special gatherings in Blantyre and Lilongwe.

Unyolo: Standard Bank has organised high-tea parties

Head of Marketing Thoko Unyolo said to commemorate the day, Standard Bank has organised high-tea parties where high profile guests will interact with like-minded women.

Unyolo said the bank’s Chief Financial Officer  Mrs Temwani Simwaka and Deputy Head of Corporate Investment Bank and Head of Client Coverage Mrs Linda Manda will play  respective hosts in Lilongwe at BICC and Blantyre at Ryalls Hotel.

High Commisioner of South Africa Thenjiwe Ethel Mtintso (Ms), Vice Chancellor of Malawi University of Science & Technology (MUST) Professor Address Malata while Dr Margaret Sikwese, the Managing Partner for Novo Habitus Consulting will be the special guests

“Standard Bank is proud to be hosting our special women and their leaders. When women make progress, the entire nation moves forward , and as a bank we are passionate about diversity and progress,” she said.

The Head of Marketing said the tea events also provide a platform for networking and interaction for our female employees.

March 8 is commemorated globally as the International Women’s Day and provide an opportunity to celebrate achievements of women in business, leadership, political and civil rights and professionals. The International Womens Day theme for 2017 is #BeBoldForChange.

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