Idoru and Tejinder Resign as Stanchart Kenya Executive Directors to Take Up New Roles

Idoru and Tejinder Resign as Stanchart Kenya Executive Directors to Take Up New Roles

Two members of the Standard Chartered Bank of Kenya’s board of directors have resigned to take on different roles within the bank effective 30 August 2019.

David Idoru who was the Regional Head, Retail Banking Kenya, and East Africa will be taking up his new position as the Regional Head, Retail banking in Nigeria and West Africa.

He also served as the Group’s Program Director, SCB Way based in Singapore. He also served as the General Manager, Integrated Distribution, East Africa (Kenya, Uganda & Tanzania) during which he was responsible for branch banking, mobile, online banking and contact centers, based in Nairobi-Kenya. He has also worked in Uganda and the United Kingdom.

David holds a MBA from Herriot Watt University- Scotland and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Makerere University– Uganda.

Mr. Tejinder Singh since 2015, he was responsible for the corporate and Institutional business in Kenya will now be serving the bank as the Regional Head Global Subsidiaries in Africa.

Sing has over 20 years of banking experience. He was also the Head of Corporate and Institutional Clients, Ghana and West 4 markets for Standard Chartered. He has held several roles within the Bank including Head of Public Sector and Financial Institutions at Malaysia, Heading the banks business for South Asia besides having worked as a Product Manager in Transaction banking. He has also worked Mauritius, Sri Lanka and Nepal.

Tejinder holds an MBA in Finance and a bachelors degree in Business Studies from the University of Delhi.

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