This is why she leads
Our women leaders are more than pioneers. They are powerhouses for change, driving transformation across our business while bringing their unique perspectives as we help steer Africa’s growth.
Bulelwa Tetyana MadonselaHead: Strategy Enablement – Global Markets, Corporate and Investment Banking
Chintu Ling’OmbaHead: Client Coverage Africa Regions, Corporate and Investment Banking
Thandiwe LegwailaHead: Transaction Banking South Africa, Corporate and Investment Banking
Zen DlaminiExecutive Head: Sovereign & Public Sector, Client Coverage, Corporate and Investment Banking
Marlene PillayHead: Real Estate Finance Debt Solutions Management, Corporate and Investment Banking
Yewande SadikuHead: Investment Banking, International, Corporate and Investment Banking
Sharon BrightonHead: Legal, Investment Banking, Africa Regions, Corporate and Investment Banking
Ashleigh PledgerChief Operating Officer: Transaction Banking, Corporate and Investment Banking
Elizabeth Muchemi-RintariHead: Global Markets International, Corporate and Investment Banking
Debora BekkerExecutive: Equity Risk South Africa, Corporate and Investment Banking
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Standard Bank’s African Markets Revealed is a research report providing detailed, comprehensive, medium term (up to 2 years ahead) forecasts for 21 key African economies.
Africa is our home. And has been for over 160 years. Today our commitment to her people and her prosperity is stronger than ever. Because when this continent wins, economies grow, communities thrive and our clients succeed.
The summit builds on 2022’s Net zero theme, focussing on climate change in the context of energy access and energy transition, while acknowledging the link to ESG.
The African Central Bank Conference hosts regulators and central bank officials from across the continent. The key themes focus on the broader monetary policy environment, on financial market development, and on strategic responses to shared challenges. The aim of the conference is to raise awareness of the pipeline of innovative solutions across different countries as it is key for African sovereigns to form partnerships with institutional investors as the controllers of the largest pool of assets available for long-term investing.
Mercer, in collaboration with MiDA Advisors and Standard Bank Group have joined forces to publish the second edition of the Mercer report publication titled “Infrastructure financing in sub-Saharan Africa” to present the attractive case for investing in Africa.
When women become leaders, they have the capability to make bold decisions that drive meaningful change and transform industries.
The summit builds on 2021’s Net-Zero theme, focussing on climate change in the context of energy access and energy transition, while acknowledging the link to ESG.
As Standard Bank, we will transform client experience; execute with excellence; and drive sustainable growth.
The 9th annual South Africa Tomorrow Conference, a showcase of African Institutions and listed companies, under the topical theme this year of ‘Structural Reform and Catalysts for Growth’