Strathmore Business School’s Advanced Management Program alumnus, Apollo Njoroge was appointed CEO of Faulu Microfinance Bank, a subsidiary of the UAP Old Mutual Group. Until his appointment, Apollo was the acting managing director for Equity Bank Uganda, where he also held the positions of executive director and chief operations officer. Mr. Njoroge, an experience financial executive has over 24 years’ experience in retail, micro, small and medium enterprises banking across East Africa.
Mr. Njoroge is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program offered at Strathmore Business School in collaboration with Lagos Business School, Nigeria and IESE Business School, Spain. He is expected to steer the micro lender’s expansion backed by his experience. Faulu cited Apollo’s achievements during his tenure at Equity as commendable, crediting him with leading the change process for the rollout of a new banking software, documentation of procedures and supporting the team to transition to a commercial bank.
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