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Standard Bank appoints new Client Coverage Manager

Wed, 8 February 2017 17:00
by online reporter
News Flash

 

Standard Bank recently appointed Oshoveli Munashimue as its new Client Coverage Manager within the Corporate and Investment Banking Department.  

Munashimue joined Standard Bank on the 3rd of January and will be responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships between Standard Bank and its corporate clients in the public sector.  

“I am excited about the opportunity to apply the relationship management skills I’ve acquired in the NGO sector to corporate banking, and at the same time looking forward to the challenge of learning a whole set of new skills,” Munashimue said of her appointment.   Munashimue graduated with a BA in Law, History and Politics from the University of Cape Town in 2001.

She most recently worked as a Development and Operations Manager for Taxpayers for Common Sense, a US federal budget watchdog based in DC, building the organization’s donor base and coordinating all development operations; including deadline-driven proposals, solicitations, and reports to funders, regular cultivation of supporters, and the management of board relationships.

  As an external Relations Associate at WITNESS, a human rights organization in New York City, she was tasked with the management of the organization’s relationships with institutional grant makers. And at UNOPS, an operational arm of the UN also based in New York City, she was charged with the overall administration of the recruitment and selection process for the 2006 transition of UNOPS headquarters to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Munashimue believes that this experience illustrates that she is well equipped to take up her new role as a relationship manager.   In conclusion, Munashimue reiterated that she is excited to be a part of a company that prioritises a holistic approach to service delivery and client relationship management.