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JEREMY AWORI Profile
 
JEREMY AWORI JEREMY AWORI is a Managing Director, Barclays Bank Kenya

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Education
 
He has an MBA Finance (McGill University) and Bachelor’s Degree, Pharmacy (University of Manchester)
 
Professional Qualifications
 
He’s served as Chairman Kenya Bankers Association,
Director, Regional Sales & Performance Standard Chartered Bank Head of Consumer Banking UAE Standard Chartered Bank, Executive Director /Head of Consumer Banking Standard Chartered Bank and CEO Standard Chartered Bank/Singapore
 
Career History
 
He has won several accolades among them The Banker Magazine – Bank of
the Year in Tanzania 2010, Euromoney – Best Bank in Tanzania 2011, The
Banker magazine – Bank of the year in Tanzania 2011,EMEA Finance – Best foreign bank in Tanzania 2012. He also is the youngest Board Director in the company’s history. He is a member of Young Presidents Organization, Aspen Global Leadership Institute Fellow, Fellow of African Leadership Institute
(East Africa Chapter), Fellow of Aspen Leadership Institute, Aspen, Colorado
and USA Non Executive Board Member of AIDS Business Coalition Tanzania (ABCT).
 
Entreprenuer
 
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Directorships
 
He is the accountable executive for Barclays Bank Kenya Subsidiaries – Barclays Financial Services; Barclays Bank Insurance Agency;
Barclays Microfinance and Barclays Nominees Ltd. He’s also Non-Executive Director for several firms including; ABSA Financial Services, Barclays Life
Assurance Ltd, First Assurance Ltd ( subsidiary of Barclays Africa Group Ltd – SA) and Kenya Private Sector Alliance ( KEPSA)
 
Community Service
 
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