Stanbic Bank has appointed Keona Bernadette Mphetlhe to the position of Head of Human Resources with effect from April 1 2010.
As the Head of Human Resources, Mphetlhe will be responsible for developing the bank’s human capital development strategy which is critical for the bank’s continued growth.
“We are very excited that Keona (Mphetlhe) accepted this appointment. Keona’s strong work ethic and commitment to the bank gives us all the confidence that she is the perfect candidate for this very important role. Part of her responsibilities will be to ensure that Stanbic Bank is positioned as a centre of excellence and an employer of choice”,” says Leina Gabaraane, Stanbic Bank Managing Director.
Mphetlhe, has built a reputable affinity with Stanbic Bank through a prior executive position she held at the Bank since 2006, as Head of Legal & Compliance and Company Secretary. Mphetlhe holds an LLB Degree and an MBA from the University of Botswana and is currently studying for a Diploma in Compliance Risk Management with the University of Johannesburg. She is also a member of Botswana Law Society and sits on the Board of Botswana Medical Aid Society.
Says Mphetlhe, “I am most ready and excited to take on the challenge of being Head of Human Resources. I am confident that I will be able to carry out my duties diligently. With the help of the entire human resource team at Stanbic, we will be able to have a positive impact on not only the Human Resources department but on the bank as a whole, by positioning quality and hard working individuals at the Bank.”
Stanbic Bank is committed to building its workforce to ensure that the right people are placed in the right positions to best serve the Bank’s stakeholders.