FNB Namibia appoints national sales manager

23 November 2018 | Banking

Kalla Toivo has been appointed as FNB’s national sales manager. Toivo joined FNB Namibia in 2008 as a seasonal worker in the exclusive banking department and was responsible for filing.

Over the past 10 years he has occupied various roles ranging from a waste/collations role, telling, a consultant for corporate social responsibility (CSR), a private banker at a local bank and more recently area sales and service manager for the far north cluster.

“As the national sales manager, I will be responsible for driving the sales strategy within the points of presence space of the bank, in collaboration with the different business units and product houses. I am excited about my new role, which involves creating an enabling environment for sales to thrive through various sales interventions, while at the same time ensuring that all set sales budgets are achieved through effective, consistent and innovative means to make sure our customers’ needs are continuously met,” Toivo said.

He is also enthusiastic about working with people across all levels of the organisation, the learning and coaching perspective, as well as the sales initiatives, campaigns and solutions that he will drive.

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