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Herbert Olowo Appointed Head Of Operations, IT At Absa Bank Uganda

Herbert Olowo Appointed Head Of Operations, IT At Absa Bank Uganda

Absa Bank Uganda has announced the appointment of Herbert Olowo as the Head of Operations and Information Technology (IT) at the bank.

The bank released a statement on Monday and described Olowo as one with vast experience in Information Technology. The statement said he has experience with IT for about 21 years.

‘’Prior to joining Absa, Herbert Olowo was the Chief Information Officer in Stanbic Bank Uganda and Non-Executive Director of Flyhub Limited, a subsidiary of Stanbic Uganda Holdings. Before joining Stanbic bank, he was the Head of Information Systems at Uganda Telecom limited,’’ Absa said.

In addition to that, he had several senior management positions in technology in both MTN Group and MTN Uganda.

Olowo is also a Certified Transformative Coach and a founding member of the International Coach Federation Uganda Chapter.

He holds a postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology from the University of Liverpool. On top of that, he has attained several technical and leadership certifications from the United States, United Kingdom, UAE and South Africa.

However, Olowo’s appointment is not the only one that happened at the bank. They also appointed Phillip Niwamanya as their head for the Oil and Gas sector.

‘’Phillip will be responsible for developing the Bank’s oil and gas strategy and value chain across business banking, corporate, markets and retail banking,’’ Absa Bank said.

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