Prior to this appointment, Sanjay was the CEO of Standard Chartered Bank in Tanzania. In his former role as the CEO, he was fundamental in driving significant business transformation and won accolades for strong leadership. He is credited with enhancing business performance, building and optimising human capital, championing responsible business and sustainability, driving digital integration and innovation and being a force for good for national and global prosperity.
Sanjay has enjoyed a stellar career having joined Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania in 1999 as Manager, Business Finance and Support, where he served until 2001 when he took up the role of Regional Finance Manager Africa on international assignment in the UK. Over the years, Sanjay has held other senior roles in multiple markets across the Bank, key among them are Finance Director for Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania and Executive Director, Finance in Ghana including Area CFO for Ghana, Gambia, Sierra Leone and Cote d’ Ivoire. Until his appointment as CEO for Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania, Sanjay was the Head FSSC (interim) for India, as well as Head, Finance Operations & Change Management for Africa.
Sanjay’s professional credentials and qualifications include being a Chartered Accountant through NBAA Tanzania, a Fellow Member of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), MBA in Finance, a Fellow of Institute of Information Management Africa (Nigeria), Management post-graduation in HRD and a Bachelor of Commerce. He also represents the bank in various leadership forums.

Kelvin is Executive Director ,Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Standard Chartered Bank Uganda, having been appointed to the role in August 2015.

Kelvin is a seasoned finance professional, having over 20 years’ experience in financial accounting and administration having previously served as Financial Controller and Chief Financial Officer / Executive Director, Finance and Administration in Standard Chartered Bank Zambia, one of our four listed subsidiaries in Africa.

He has had working assignments in Tanzania, Uganda, UK, Nigeria and Kenya (on secondment to Save the Children International). He is also a past member of the Board of the Zambia Revenue Authority, past member of the Audit and Risk committee of the Radiation Protection Agency and Institute of Directors, a Council member and Ambassador of the local Zambian ACCA body and a past Treasurer of the Bankers Associations of Zambia. Kelvin is currently a member of the ACCA Global Accounting for Business Forum.

He is a Fellow of both the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (“ACCA”) of the United Kingdom (“UK”) and the Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (“ZICA”), is a CPA Uganda and a holder of Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy from Copperbelt University and an MBA Finance from Manchester Business School.

Godfrey is the Executive Director and Head, Client Coverage ,Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking. He has a banking experience of 18 years having served at various financial institutions in Uganda and Tanzania.

He has handled several operations ranging from mergers and acquisitions, corporate advisory, structured trade finance and corporate finance across various business segments; retail business, small and medium enterprises, local corporate and regional / multinational corporate business support.

Godfrey is a qualified accountant and a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) UK.

Moses joined the Bank in 2009 as a Branch Manager. He went on to become the Regional Branch Manager, then Head, Strategic Transformation and Head Client Acquisition and Relationships before moving to Head Retail Banking in 2019.

He started his banking career at Barclays Bank in 2006 where he held various branch banking roles.

Moses loves reading, sports, Spending time with Family plus participating in community activities.

Hilary Joined the Bank in 2014 as Human Resource Business Partner (HRBP) – Retail Clients, then in 2016 to HRBP – RB, ITO & Support functions.

He started his Human Resource Career in the Telecom sectoring working for Orange (U) Ltd as a HRBP and Internal Comms Expert. Prior to that he worked with client service teams at Orange and Uganda Telecom as a Contact Centre Supervisor and Customer Service advisor.

Hilary loves watching football, reading books and playing Golf on the weekend.

Roselyn joined the Bank in 2020 as Head, Transaction Banking.

Roselyn holds an Executive MBA from Warwick Business School (U.K), a Master’s degree in Computer Science (Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Physics from Makerere University in Uganda.

She has a wealth of experience and expertise in the financial services industry with regional expertise gained over a career spanning 15 years. She previously worked at Stanbic bank Uganda for 6 years having joined them as the Head, Products in 2014 overseeing the Lending, Liabilities, Card, Bancassurance and Vehicle and Asset Finance solutions for Personal and Business banking. She was later appointed the Head, Customer Journeys tasked with leading the Stanbic’s innovation and digitisation agenda in 2018.

Roselyn started her banking career with Barclays Bank Uganda in 2004 where she served in several capacities including IT projects manager, Head MIS and Analytics for Retail Credit, Product Manager for Lending, and Bancassurance. She later served as a Product Manager for Lending and Islamic banking solution in Barclays Kenya.

She serves on the Uganda Bankers Association Digital Financial Services committee as the Secretary General – a workstream aimed at driving the digitisation of payments and collections in Uganda to drive Financial Inclusion. Outside work, Roselyn loves cooking, art and is a fervent music lover.

John joined the Bank in 1995 and has a wealth of experience in banking Operations and Credit Management spanning over 25 years. He has held several senior management positions including, Consumer Banking Credit Manager, Country Head of Special Assets Management for Uganda and Tanzania, Head Control & Support, Head of Operations, and most recently Chief Information Officer, before being appointed as the Chief Operating Officer for SCB Uganda.

He has also held other positions within the banking industry including; Chairman of the Bankers Association (UBA) Operations Sub-committee, and member of the Regulatory Reforms Committee set up by UBA and BOU.

John was instrumental in spearheading the 1st Information and Cyber Security workshops in the industry for a cross-section of local Regulators, Industry participants (in partnership with the UBA), as well as the Board and Senior Management of the bank. He participated in drafting proposals for the Cyber Security and Cloud guidelines for Uganda.

John holds a Master of Business Administration from MUBS and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Administration & Sociology from Makerere University Kampala.

He is the Chair and Executive sponsor of sports activities within the bank. He also Chairs the Organising Committee of Standard Chartered Road to Anfield Football Tournament which brings together Clients and Staff of the bank, with the winning teams getting a trip to Anfield, UK.

He joined the Bank in 1984 to 2000 and then rejoined the Bank in 2004.

He has a wealth of experience having worked in various capacities in the Bank as Human Resource Officer, Internal Audit Officer, Finance Reporting Officer, Credit Operations – Credit Risk Control Manager, Branch Manager, Finance Administration Manager, Operations Manager, Senior Operational Risk Officer and Country Head of Operational Risk.

Charles joined the Bank in December 2005 from the Ministry of Finance in Uganda where he had been employed as an accountant in the Treasury department, overseeing the implementation of the Integrated Financial Management System.

Prior to moving into the current Head of Financial Markets in Uganda, Charles was Head of Financial Markets Tanzania, before which he was Head of Assets and Liabilities Management for Standard Chartered Uganda charged with managing the liquidity and interest rate risk. He was also a core member of the country Assets and Liabilities Committee that was mandated to sustainably grow the balance sheet.

He joined the Bank in the Wholesale Banking unit as the Business Planning Manager, supporting with strategy development and the client re-segmentation project before moving to head the Wholesale Banking Business Finance function.

Stanley Katwaza is responsible for the Bank’s compliance with regulatory and policy standards, both locally and at Group level as they affect the business.

This responsibility entails provision of advisory, training and monitoring services to the business and support functions, so that they can meet their strategic agenda within the required regulatory standards.

Stanley has recently re-joined the Bank from CITI Bank Uganda limited where he has been working as Head of Compliance, Anti-Money Laundering and Data Protection Officer.

He is an accomplished professional with over 16 years combined experience in compliance, Anti-money Laundering, internal and external audit in financial institutions.

Stanley holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University and Member of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.

Elizabeth is currently the Head of Internal Audit, an independent function whose primary role is to help the Board and Executive Management to protect the assets, reputation and sustainability of the Bank. In this role she provides leadership to the country Internal Audit team to enable the function effectively provide assurance to stakeholders and support the bank in achieving its goals and objectives.

She previously held the role of Audit Manager in Standard Chartered Bank before her appointment as Head of Internal Audit. Prior to joining Standard chartered, she worked as Chief Internal Auditor at United Bank for Africa; and before that at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Uganda as Senior Associate and Associate. At PwC, Elizabeth was involved in providing assurance and advisory services to a wide range of clients across the Financial Services (Banking and Insurance) and Public sectors.

Her professional experience in the Financial Services sector spans a period of over 12 years within the East African region having taken on several assignments in Kenya and Tanzania.

Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of International Business degree from Makerere University, Kampala, is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK (FCCA) and a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU). She is currently pursuing a Chartered Banker Master’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Bangor, UK.

Outside work, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and exploring new places with her friends.

Margaret joined Standard Chartered Bank on 25th November 2021 as the Head of Corporate Affairs, Brand and Marketing for Uganda,

She joined the Bank from Coca-Cola South & East African Business Unit where she held several roles with her last station having been the Category Lead for the Flavour Brands for over 13 markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. She possesses proficiency in developing Brand Strategy, connecting with consumers through relevant communication and execution of successful Marketing campaigns gained through over 19 years working for both Coca-Cola and Unilever.

Margaret holds a Bachelors degree in development studies from Makerere University Kampala and is a certified member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. She enjoys baking and traveling.

Prudence is currently Head, Credit as well as undertaking her role as Senior Credit Manager, Wholesale Banking, Uganda,

Prudence joined Standard Chartered Bank under the International Graduate programme in 2003. She rose through the ranks to become the Senior Risk Manager in Corporate Banking for 2 years, a role she held until her current appointment. She previously served as Senior Credit Analyst under the Local Corporates, Commodity Traders & Agriculture, and Global Corporates Wholesale Banking business segments.

Prudence has also previously undertaken short term assignments in the Standard Chartered Bank subsidiaries in Zambia, Kenya, and Tanzania within the Corporate Banking division, as well as with the Oil & Gas Credit Analysis and the Structured Trade Finance units of Standard Chartered in the United Kingdom.

Prudence is a qualified Mechanical Engineer.

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