Vumbukani resigns

Vumbukani resigns

MASERU – Standard Lesotho Bank boss, Mpho Vumbukani, has resigned.
In a statement released yesterday, Standard Lesotho Bank board of directors said Vumbukani’s resignation will be effective from September 30.
He has been at the helm of the bank since January 2011.
Vumbukani was the first Mosotho to be appointed Chief Executive Officer at Standard Lesotho Bank after the bank bought the now liquidated Lesotho Bank.

“During his illustrious career at the bank, he provided leadership that was able to position Standard Lesotho Bank as the leading bank in Lesotho,’’ the bank said in a terse statement.
The statement said the board and executive management sincerely wished to convey their gratitude for the contribution that Vumbukani made during the eight years he was at the helm of the bank.
The statement also said the board wished to express its appreciation to the customers, the regulator, shareholders and other stakeholders for their unwavering support to the Chief Executive during his tenure.
“The Board, management and staff accordingly wishes Mr. Vumbukani the best of luck in his future endeavors,’’ it read.

Refiloe Mpobole


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