Gomolemo Manake

Gomolemo Manake

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Mr Gomolemo Kololo Manake is a seasoned financial services professional with a focus on Strategic Business Development and Innovation. He is an astute high level relationship management and stakeholder engagement professional. Mr Manake has over 15 years in the financial services industry (Banking and Asset Management) and has served in a number of roles such as Relationship Manager (FNB Private Clients) Customer Relationship Manager (Standard Chartered Bank Priority Banking) Head - Service and Risk ( WesBank Botswana), Head ( FNB Premier Banking) Head ( FNB Private Clients) Head - Business Development ( Stanlib Botswana now Vunani Fund Managers) Business Strategy Consultant ( Vantage Properties Botswana) and is currently with Bank Gaborone as part of the Retail Banking Team. Mr Manake academic qualifications include Bachelor of Arts (Single Major English), PDGE, MBA, Diploma in Enterprise Risk Management and Certificate of Proficiency in both Long and Short Term Development. Mr Manake is also a graduate of the University of Stellenbosch Business School having completed the New Managers Development Program. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Science (Strategic Management) through the University of Derby.

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