By staff writer
September 2016
On the Move

Galloway becomes FNB Namibia’s Business Development Director

Formerly the co-head of RMB Namibia since its inception in 2012, Steve Galloway has turned his extensive industry experience towards accepting a wider portfolio within FNB Namibia Holdings as a Business Development Director. The role involves optimising the Group’s contribution to the achievement of national development goals, including driving its FNB Namibia Holdings Harambee Support Plan in line with the Group’s own 4P strategy. As well as acting as the coordinator of the Group’s contributions to sectoral and national policy debates and initiatives, Steve’s experience and expertise in the fields of mining, energy, water, infrastructure development and logistics, will continue to assist the Group to deliver on its national partnership pledge to create a better world.

Motinga gets RMB appointment

RMB Namibia, a division of FNB Namibia Limited, and a leading corporate and investment bank has appointed Daniel Motinga as its new Senior Client Coverage Manager Public Sector. Motinga will be responsible for growing and driving a sustainable relationship with stakeholders in the public sector in support of the Group’s medium and long term strategy. He holds an MA in Economics from the University of East Anglia, UK, as well as BEcon (Unam) and Hons BCom (Unisa).

Jaquiline Pack moves to Bank Windhoek

Bank Windhoek has announced the appointment of Jaquiline Pack as its Executive Officer for Marketing and Corporate Communication Services (MCCS) with effect from the 1st of September 2016.

She holds a Bachelors of Commerce Degree, specializing in Marketing Management, from the University of South Africa and is currently enrolled at the Edinburg Business School for a MBA. Prior to joining Standard Bank, Pack was the Senior Brand Manager for the Namibia Breweries.

Akwenye joins RMB

Tuyeni Akwenye joins the RMB Namibia Coverage team as Coverage Manager responsible for the Financial Institutions Sector where his primary role is in serving to deliver the entire capability of Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) to the client base in the Financial Institution Sector. He holds a Bachelor of Business Science in Actuarial Science, obtained from the University of Cape Town (UCT), Associate level Actuary and CFA Level 3 candidate.

Neville Gertze appointed Ambassador to the United Nations.

Former Chief of Protocol in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation Neville Gertze has been appointed Ambassador to the United Nations after his ministerial position was taken over by former Agribank Chief Executive Office Leonard Iipumbu in August of this year.    
Gertze was duly commissioned Ambassador to the U.N on Friday the 2nd of September at State House by the President of the Republic Hage Geingob, the Deputy Director in the International Relations Ministry confirmed with this publication.
A University of Cape Town (UCT) graduate, Gertze began his work in the then Ministry of Foreign Affairs soon after his graduation in 1989 serving in the Asia-Pacific division. He has served as an aide to the Namibian Foreign Affairs Minister and later took the role as Ambassador to Berlin in 2009.