Bank Windhoek appoints national operations manager

05 October 2018 | Banking

Bank Windhoek is pleased to announce the appointment of David Nell as its new National Operations Manager, effective 1 September 2018. David takes over from Lappies Labuschagne, who retires at the end of October.

Nell is a seasoned banker with 19 years’ experience in the industry of which the last 12 have been at management level.

“David is a focused, proactive and results driven individual and uses his leadership skills to inspire those around him. I wish him the best,” said Bank Windhoek’s Executive Officer of Retail Banking Services, Chris Matthee.

In his new role, Nell will be responsible for the establishment, maintenance, monitoring and the enhancement of systems, infrastructure and processes that will ensure efficient and smooth operations of Bank Windhoek Branches across the country.

Nell joined Bank Windhoek’s Maerua Mall Branch in 1999 as a graduate of the Bank’s Candidates Bankers Training (CBT) Programme. In 2002, he took up the position of Article Finance Clerk at Oranjemund Branch. In 2003, he returned to Maerua Mall Branch and held various positions in the Sales and Credit Departments.

In 2011, Nell was appointed Manager of the Rehoboth Branch, a position he held until 2012, when he was promoted to Branch Manager in Oranjemund. He has held this position for the past seven years until his recent appointment.

Besides successfully achieving notable milestones, Nell has also completed a variety of Senior Management Programmes focused on areas that include finance, strategy, economics and human capital.

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