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Driving inclusion

Driving inclusion

Ending up in the financial space came as a destiny for Charlotte Mathula; the Head of Financial Inclusion at Letshego Botswana. She is now creating opportunities for those left out ...

Okai fast off the blocks

Okai fast off the blocks

The new appointed CEO of Pan African micro-lender Letshego, Andrew Okayi, has hit the ground running with the aim of taking the company to greater heights. Okai maintains that the ...

LETSHEGO GROUP APPOINTS NEW GROUP CEO

LETSHEGO GROUP APPOINTS NEW GROUP CEO

Gaborone,  Botswana  – 15 January  2020:  Letshego’s (Letshego Holdings Ltd) Group Board has successfully concluded its executive search for a permanent Group CEO to lead the 11 market strong pan- African lender. Andrew Fening Okai, Standard Chartered’s former Global Chief Operating Officer for the international bank’s retail division, has been chosen by the Board to lead the pan-African lender, pending final regulatory approvals. Andrew  Fening Okai – Biography Andrew stands to bring more than 20 years of international banking experience to Letshego’s top executive post.  In his latest empowering venture, Andrew founded Precept Human Capital, a consulting firm dedicated to assessing, profiling, training, coaching and equipping Africa’s next generation of private and public sector leaders with international trends in leadership and expertise. Prior to Precept, Andrew enjoyed a dynamic and successful career in Standard Chartered Bank, where his latest role as Group Chief Operating Officer (Group COO) based him in Singapore, with responsibilities spanning the international bank’s footprint across 30  countries  in  Africa,  Asia,  the  Middle  East,  Europe  and  the America’s.  As Group COO, Andrew’s executive responsibilities included: strategic transformation across processes and platforms; client experience; business/cost efficiencies and risk and compliance.  Andrew also played a leading role in managing Standard Chartered’s digital retail investment strategy, along with the framework, policies, procedures and systems required to deliver an enhanced client experience as well as achieve alignment with local regulatory requirements and mitigation of operational risk. Prior to his Group COO role, Andrew held a number of other senior roles in Standard Chartered, working from Ghana, Hong Kong, South Africa and Zambia.  Previous roles included:  Head of Operational Excellence, Hong Kong; Regional Head Transaction Banking for Banks, Africa; Executive Director Consumer Banking, Ghana and CEO, Zambia.  Before joining Standard Chartered, Andrew started his career as a Management Trainee with Unilever Ghana. ...

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