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Bank Windhoek appoints Otjiwarongo branch manager

Mon, 11 November 2013 02:58
by Villager Reporter
Business

Bank Windhoek has appointed Bets Blaauw as the new branch manager of the Otjiwarongo branch effective from the beginning of this month.  
Blaauw has been working in the banking industry since 1980 when she started with Volkskas Namibia, then joined Bank Windhoek in 1993.
Executive officer of the retail banking services, Chris Matthee, says the bank is confident her extensive banking experience will continue contributing towards making Bank Windhoek the preferred bank.
Blaauw has moved through the ranks in various positions and branches of Bank Windhoek and previously held the position of credit manager at the Otjiwarongo branch, until her recent appointment.
Bank Windhoek is a 100% subsidiary of Bank Windhoek Holdings Limited (BWHL). BWHL is, itself, a subsidiary of the Capricorn Investment Holdings (CIH), which maintains a 73% shareholding in BWHL. Capricorn is a large financial conglomerate, with interests in three southern African countries; Botswana, Namibia and Zambia.