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SBN welcomes Sheyapo

Mon, 23 June 2014 00:55
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Standard Bank Namibia (SBN) has appointed Paulinus Sheyapo as the new Security Manager.
Sheyapo’s new position entails the provision of physical security services for Standard Bank Namibia, its staff and assets. He also administers security related contracts and Service Level Agreements as well as develops and control physical security related policies used by Standard Bank Namibia and ensure its implementation.
“My task is to continuously conduct security risk and threat analysis for the bank across the country. I am looking forward to the new challenge by testing my knowledge and experience I acquired for the past years and contribute to the growth of SBN and be one of the most reliable and dedicated employees of the Bank,” he said.
Sheyapo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice (Policing) and a National Diploma in Police Science both from the Polytechnic of Namibia (PoN). He also has a Certificate in Management Development Programme (MDP) from the University of Stellenbosch and a Certificate in Forensic Investigation from HJN Training.
Before his appointment at the Bank, Sheyapo initially started off as a Gaming Protection Officer at Kalahari Sands Hotel and Casino in July 1997. He was then promoted to the position of Surveillance Manager at the same hotel in 2007, after serving as an Assistant Surveillance Manager for about five years.