Chibesakunda, Tadesse, Oramah, others listed for Africa Banker of the Year Award 2023


Zanaco Chief Executive Officer, Mukwandi Chibesakunda, has been listed for the African Banker Awards 2023 under the category of “Banker of the Year.”

This is according to a statement issued in Lusaka on Monday by Zanaco Acting Head Communications, Kalonde Nyati.

The African Banker Awards, organised by the African Banker Magazine in collaboration with Business in Africa Events, recognise the best individuals and institutions driving Africa’s fast-changing financial services sector.

Chibesakunda has been nominated for the award in recognition of her outstanding leadership and contribution to the growth of Zanaco.


She has played a critical role in driving Zanaco’s success, leading it to become one of the most reputable financial institutions in Zambia.

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Under her leadership, the company has achieved significant milestones, including expanding its services and maintaining its position as one of Zambia’s leading and innovative banks since 1969.

Others nominated in the same category are Trade and Development Bank Managing Director, Admassu Tadesse, African Export and Import Bank President, Prof Benedict Oramah, Co-operative Bank of Kenya Head of Agriculture Business, Esther Kariuki – Co-operative Bank of Kenya, Moezz Mir of SBM Bank, Kenya, Othman Benjelloun of Bank of Africa and Yemi Edun of First City Monument Bank.

The winners of the African Banker Awards 2023 will be announced on May 24, 2023, during a ceremony in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

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