Guvamatanga quits Barclays Bank after 28 years

George Guvamatanga has quit as Barclays Bank’s managing director after 28 years of service to the financial institution.

Guvamatanga’s decision was announced by chairman, Mr Antony Mandiwanza in a statement. He said Guvamatanga had retired from the bank with effect from November 2017 following the successful acquisition of Barclays Bank PLC by FMB Capital Holdings.  Samuel Matsekete, the chief finance officer, has been appointed acting managing director. In October. Said Mandiwanza:

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Following the successful completion of the transaction between Barclays Bank PLC and FMB Capital Holdings, the board of directors for Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe would like to inform all stakeholders that the managing director of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe, Mr George Guvamatanga has retired from the bank with immediate effect from November 2017 in order to pursue other interests.

The bank is deeply indebted to George for his 28 years of dedicated service, 10 of which he was the managing director of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe. George steered the business through difficult times whilst managing to lead the bank’s growth scale and profitability over the period,

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George Guvamatanga is a senior civil servant and the current Permanent Secretary In the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development in Zimbabwe. He is the former Managing Director of Barclays Zimbabwe. He was also the president of the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ). Read More About George Guvamatanga

The Republic of Zimbabwe is a country located in the Southern Africa region. Its capital city is Harare and the country has 10 Zimbabwe Provinces. Zimbabwe is 390,580 sq km and is bordered on all sides by other countries (Zambia in the north, South Africa... Read More About Zimbabwe

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One Comment on “Guvamatanga quits Barclays Bank after 28 years

  1. …….Even a dancer should know when to leave the dancefloor.. Well done Mr Guvamatanga. It is your calibre who should be at the helm of the Central Bank. ..Good dancers who know you can not dance forever.

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