Enata joined the Board of GTBank (Rwanda) plc in February 2016.
She has more than 20 years of experience working at the senior level in private and public enterprises as well as Government Institutions.
She served as a member of the Board of Directors for Sonarwa General Ltd, Banque Populaire du Rwanda Ltd, and HIDA.
She is currently a freelance consultant providing management support services with a focus on Human Resource & Organizations development.
Mrs. Dusenge holds an Executive MBA from Maastricht School of Management (Netherland) majoring in Corporate Strategy & Economic policy, a Bachelor of Laws from Kigali Independent University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management from Universite Catholique de Louvain (Belgium).
Mr. Segun Agbaje is the Group Chief Executive Officer of GTCO, one of Africa’s leading banking groups with a client base of over 20 million customers and business outlays across ten (10) African Countries and the United Kingdom.
Mr. Agbaje started his career in 1988 as an Auditor at Ernst & Young, USA. He subsequently joined GTBank as a pioneer staff in 1991 and rose through the ranks to become Executive Director in 2000 and Deputy Managing Director in 2002. In 2011, he was appointed Managing Director and CEO of GTBank, and under his leadership the Bank became one of Nigeria’s most profitable banks, maintaining impressive year-on-year growth in market share and profitability.
Mr. Agbaje is widely regarded as one of Africa’s leading CEOs with a reputation for identifying capital opportunities and executing business deals. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Master’s in Business Administration, both from the University of San Francisco, USA. He is also an alumnus of the Harvard Business School and has over 30 years of experience in investment, commercial and international banking.
Passionate about innovation and embracing disruptive technologies, Mr. Agbaje is driving the transformation of GTCO by constantly pioneering ground-breaking ideas that offer customers more value beyond financial services. Under his leadership, the Organization has promoted enterprise in the SME sector by empowering small businesses and creating Free Business Platforms such as the GTBank Food and Drink Fair and the GTBank Fashion Weekend.
Mr. Agbaje also revolutionized consumer lending in Nigeria through GTBank’s offering of Quick Credit, which gives individuals and small businesses instant, real-time access to loans at a low interest of 1.3 percent monthly.
In recognition of his sterling leadership and consistent outstanding performance, Mr. Agbaje has been the recipient of several awards over the years, some of which include: the African Banker of the Year Award by the African Banker Magazine, the Banker of the Year, Africa by the World Finance Magazine and CEO of the Year at the Africa Investor Awards.
Mr. Agbaje currently serves on the boards of GTBank (Ghana) Limited, GTBank (UK) Limited, GTBank (Kenya) Limited, and GTBank (Tanzania) Limited. He is also a Director on the MasterCard Advisory Board (the Middle East and Africa), and was elected to the Board of Directors of PepsiCo Inc., USA as an Independent Director and a member of the company’s audit committee in July 2020.
Mr. Emmanuel Nnamaka Ejizu has over 17 years’ banking experience which spans through Corporate, Commercial, SME, and Retail Banking businesses. He joined Guaranty Trust Bank (Nigeria) plc in 2004 as an entry-level Executive Trainee within the Commercial Banking Group and rose through the ranks to become a Group Head in the Commercial Banking Division of Guaranty Trust Bank plc in Nigeria. Since 2014, he served on the board of Guaranty Trust Bank (Rwanda) plc as an Executive Director until his appointment in 2018 as the Managing Director.
Mr. Ejizu holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria where he graduated at the top of his class, and a Master of Business Administration in Leadership and Organizational Development from Oklahoma Christian University, United States of America where he graduated with distinction and awarded/certified member of “Delta Mu Delta” for international honor society in business, in recognition of his high scholastic attainment (Eta Iota Chapter Oklahoma Christian University). He has attended a number of executive management and banking specific training programs in leading educational institutions like the Michigan Ross Executive Leadership Development program and the prestigious Lagos Business School (LBS) where he is an alumnus
Adv. CYAGA N. Eric MANAGING PARTNER, K-SOLUTIONS & PARTNERS
Eric is the Managing Partner at K-Solutions & Partners in Kigali, Rwanda. Eric’s role is to ensure the legality of commercial transactions, advise companies on their legal rights and duties. Eric has a deep understanding of the aspects of contract law, securities law, insolvency, business organization, and employment law.
He is a member of the Rwanda Bar Association. As a Senior lawyer, Eric together with others led the transformation of the leadership of the Rwanda Bar Association laws in 2015 with the aim of making an extraordinary impact on the career of the legal professionals.
He serves on the boards of directors of a number of organizations including GTBank ( Rwanda) plc.
Eric is also the honorary Consul for Côte d’Ivoire in Rwanda, a position that he has held since September 14, 2018.
|Emmanuel Ejizu||Managing Director|
|Irenosen Ohiwerei||Chief Operating Officer|
|Stephen Njuguna||Chief Financial Officer|
|Louis Hategekimana||Head, Legal & Company Secretary|
|Wilson Ngyendo||Head, Treasury|
|Jules Mukulira||Head, Risk and Compliance|
|Joel Gatanazi||Head, Business Division|
|Alice Natukunda||Head, SYSCON|
|Ishimwe Aubain Consolateur||Ag. Head, IT|
|Rogers Rukotana||Head, ISU|