CDSC Rose Mambo

Former CDSC CEO Joins Airtel Money Board as Chairperson

Rose Mambo, the former  CEO at Central Depository & Settlement Corporation (CDSC) has been appointed by the board of directors Airtel money the chairperson of the board of directors.

Her appointment is a move by the telco to tap into her 26 years of experience in the corporate world of the local financial service sector.

We wish to congratulate Rose Mambo on her new appointment and wish her all the best in this assignment. Her expertise from across the public and private sectors will add tremendous value to Airtel Money as we work towards deepening financial inclusion in the country,” The board making a statement to news agencies.

Airtel recently split its mobile money business from the main company entity and renamed it Airtel money Kenya limited. the new body takes over Airtel money services forthwith and will still work together with the mother company in sharing customer info.

Ms. Mambo holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Strathmore Business School; a Master of Laws degree from American University a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Nairobi; and a Diploma from the Kenya School of Law.

She has over 12 years of experience serving as the head of legal, compliance, and company secretary at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) before moving to CDSC Limited.

She has also worked as senior state counsel in the office of the attorney general.



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