Who is Grace Muliisa, The New Eco Bank Managing Director?

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Ecobank has appointed Grace Muliisa as the new managing director, taking over from Annette Wabunoha Kihuguru who has gone into retirement.   

Muliisa has served at executive management levels of some of the leading banks in Uganda and she comes to Ecobank with extensive diverse banking experience that spans over 20 years acquired both within Africa and beyond.

Prior to that, she was the Head Personal and Business Banking at Stanbic Bank, the largest commercial bank in Uganda by assets.

She is a studious professional with over 20 years experience in the Banking Sector across Africa and Asia, a seasoned leader with a track record of championing change, driving strategy, and building a high-performance culture.

She brings a wealth of experience in Retail and Commercial Banking, Credit and Operational Risk Management, Business Banking and Digital transformation among others.

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For a period of eight years, from 2011 until 2019, Muliisa was the Country Head for retail clients at Standard Chartered Bank Uganda. For the two years from 2017 until 2019, she was posted to Standard Chartered Singapore, on assignment by Standard Chartered Plc.

Muliisa holds a Bachelor’s degree from Makerere University, and is currently pursuing a (MBA from Bangor Business School.

She has completed several courses in leadership and Management with INSEAD Business School in Singapore.

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