Grace Muliisa has been appointed as the managing director of Ecobank Uganda.
Muliisa replaces Annette Wabunoha Kihuguru who has retired after 8 years at the helm of the bank.
The chairman of the Board of Directors of Ecobank Uganda, Kin Kariisa, while announcing the appointment, said Muliisa has already exhibited professional service in the banking sector across Africa and Asia.
“She is 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,” he said.
“She comes to Ecobank with extensive diverse banking experi-ence that spans over 20 years acquired both within Africa and beyond. On behalf of the board of directors of Ecobank Ugan-da, management and staff, I congratulate Ms. Muliisa on her appointment,”Kariisa added.
Muliisa holds a bachelor’s degree from Makerere University, Uganda and is currently pursuing a CMBA from Bangor Business School. She has also completed several courses in leadership and management with INSEAD Business School in Singapore.
Muliisa has until recently been the Stanbic Bank’s Head of Personal and Business Banking.
Ecobank Uganda is a subsidiary of the leading pan-African Banking Group, Ecobank Transnational Incorporated, (ETI), and parent company of the Ecobank Group.
By: Kikuubo Lane