Mr Gregory Sebborn

 Non-Executive Chairman

 Chartered Accountant (CA) & Fellow of the Institute of Chartered                      Accountants of Zimbabwe (UK) (FCCA)

 Appointed to the Board on 3 October 2014 and Chairman with effect from 28 March 2017.

 Mr Sebborn is a Chartered Accountant by profession but possesses a wealth of experience in governance and risk management. Greg is the former Managing Director of Zimplats Holdings Limited, a leading Platinum producer in Zimbabwe.

Greg is currently involved in the development of new projects in the mining  and energy sectors. He also serves as an independent non-executive          Chairman on the boards of listed entities.

Since his appointment to the Board, Gregory has also served on the Bank’s  Board Audit Committee, Board Risk Committee, Board Loans Review                                                             Committee and the Board Credit Committee.


 Ms Pindie Memory Nyandoro

 Non-Executive Director 

 Masters of Business Administration Degree

 Majors: Marketing and Finance

 Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree

 Bachelor of Laws

 1 April 2002 – To  Standard Bank Group

A banker by profession with a banking career spanning over 20 years with  regional and international banking brands. She is currently the Regional      Chief Executive for the Southern & Central Africa.  She currently sits on the Board of Standard Bank Swaziland, Standard Bank Mozambique, Standard Lesotho Bank, Stanbic Bank Botswana Limited, Standard Bank Namibia Limited, and Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe.


Mrs Linda Masterson

Non Executive Director

Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators (L.C.I.S); Associate              member (A.C.I.S.); Fellowship member (F.C.I.S.).

Appointed on 26 May 2009

She is currently employed by Edgars Stores Limited as their Managing          Director/Chief Executive Officer.

 Linda is the Chairperson of the Board Risk Committee, as well as a member of  the Board Audit Committee and Board Loans Review Committee.





Mrs Nellie Farai Raquael Tiyago – Jinjika 

Non-Executive Director

LLB (Pretoria)

Appointed 12 April 2017.

Mrs Tiyago-Jinjika is a Partner at Scanlen and Holderness Legal Practitioner and has been in this position for the last 9 years. In her role as Partner, she specialises in mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, tender bids, Mining Law and Insolvency Law.  She is a Registered Legal Practitioner, Conveyancer, Estates Administrator and Intellectual Property Attorney. She has a wealth of experience in litigation in higher courts, drafting contracts and white collar crime. 





Mr Kingston Kamba

Non-Executive Director

Higher National Diploma (RGN) (Anglia Polytechnic University), Diploma in        Management (Kingston College) Msc Integrated Governance In Health &             Social Care (Westminister)

Appointed on 12 April 2017

Mr Kamba is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of SolGas (Private)    Limited, a local business, specializing in the renewable energy and a            registered Independent Power Producer. In addition, Kingston has               developed another start-up business, ELEONS (Private) Limited which is a  gold mining and milling company.





Mr Malcolm Lowe

Non Executive Director

Appointed on 6 June 2008.

He is a Banker by profession with over 30 years experience in the                 Treasury/Global Markets areas. He is currently employed by Standard Bank of  South Africa as Director, Global Markets Africa.

Malcolm is a member of the Board Credit Committee and the Board Risk      Committee. 






Mr Muchakanakirwa Martin Luther Mkanganwi

Non Executive Director

BSc Economics (UZ), BSc Accounting Science (UNISA), BSc Accounting            Science (Honours)(UNISA)

Appointed 12 April 2017.

Mr Mkanganwi is the Chief Executive Officer of Pulse Pharmaceuticals,a    leading wholesaler for Pharmaceutical products in Zimbabwe, which he         pioneered in 2005.

Prior to this engagement, Mucha served as the Group Chief Executive        Officer of CAPS Holdings. At 31 years of age, Mr Mkanganwi was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of CAPS, at a time where it was the largest   listed pharmaceutical company and remains the youngest person to have run  a listed entity in Zimbabwe. He also serves as Chairman on the Board of  Leap Namibia, which is a company which is into clothing manufacturing and  retail in Namibia, the Boost Fellowship and has chaired the Zimbabwe  Pharmaceutical Wholesalers in the past.


Mr Valentine Tawanda Mushayakarara

 Non Executive Director

 BSc (Honours) Accounting Science, BSc International Management, BSc              Marketing & Finance

 Appointed 12 April 2017.

 Mr Mushayakarara is the co-owner of Excelsior Farm, where he is responsible  for the Finance and general management of the Farm. He has a wealth of   experience in finance, management, governance and audit. Previously, Mr   Mushayakarara was employed as the Executive Finance Director and Interim Chief Executive for Celsys Limited and as an Audit Associate for both Deloitte & Touche Zimbabwe and McGladrey LLC, an international Public Accounting Firm based in New York City. For 4 years, he served Meikles Africa Limited as the Group Treasury Manager and the Group Financial Accountant.



Mr. Paul Smith

Non Executive Director

Bachelor Commerce degree;

Certificate in the Theory of Accountancy CA(SA); AMP (Wharton)

 Appointed on 20 October 2010.

 Mr. Paul Smith was appointed to the position of Director – Risk                    Management of Standard Corporate and Merchant Bank on 1 June 1997.   He consolidated the risk management disciplines of credit, country, market,  liquidity and operational risk before he was appointed to the position of Chief  Risk Officer of the Group on 1 November 1999 and was a member of the Group Executive Committee and Group Credit Committee. He has over 28   years of Banking experience.

Mr Smith is also a member of the Board Risk Committee


Mr Joshua Chance Tapambgwa

Chief Executive

Chartered Account (CA)

 Appointed on 1 February 2004

 He is a chartered accountant who has been in the employment of the Bank          since 2002 when he joined the Bank as Head of Finance. In 2005 he was            promoted to the post of Finance Director a post, which he held until the 1st     of January 2008 when he was promoted to Managing Director of the Bank.







Mr Solomon Nyanhongo 

Chief Finance officer

Chartered Accountant (CA); Master in Business Administration (Nottingham      Trent)

Appointed on 17April 2009

He joined Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe Limited in 2003 as Senior Manager        Finance. He was promoted to the post of Head of Finance in 2007 a post he  has held until his promotion to the position of Finance Director in March  2009. 







Mr Rhett Bailey Groves

Executive Director – Corporate & Investment Banking

Appointed 30 May 2017


Rhett has an ACI Dealing Certificate from the Full Value Financial Services Bureau and a Diploma in Bank Credit Management from Damelin College in South Africa. He obtained a Diploma in Management from Henley Management College in 1997 and went on to pursue a Masters’ in Business Administration which he completed in 1998.

 Mr Rhett Groves was recently appointed the Bank’s Executive Director responsible for Corporate and Investment Banking. He is a seasoned banker, with a career spanning over 34 years, a period during which he has worked for various institutions in various capacities. A dominant part of his work experience involves management in Global Markets and Treasury.



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