Denis Kibuuka Musoke, the Head of Consumer Banking, has resigned and left dfcu bank.
Musoke has been part of dfcu’s success story for a cumulative 8 years.
“He was with us before as Head Business Banking left then returned in 2015 as Head Consumer Banking and has made a significant contribution to growing our business,” dfcu Communications Manager, Rukh-Shana Namuyimba told edge.ug.
She said he has been a great leader, colleague, mentor and coach to many who will be missed.
“So it’s mixed feelings as he leaves the Bank. But for the most part dfcu is supportive whenever it’s really great people make alternative career progressions because it also reflects positively on the Bank. So we wish him all the best.”
Miranda Bageine Musoke, the Head Personal Banking, will in the meantime act in the capacity of Head Personal & Business Banking.
“We remain focused on delivering on our strategic business objectives,” Rukh-Shana said.
Last month, Dr. Winifred Tarinyeba Kiryabwire, who had been a director on the board of Dfcu bank, also resigned.
She had been a non-Executive Director since September 2013.
In the same month, Agnes Tibayeyita Isharaza, also left to serve as the new head of legal services at the National Social Security Fund (NSSF).