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Zimbabwean Actuary Appointed Member Of The Bank Of England's Prudential Regulation Committee

Zimbabwean Actuary Appointed Member Of The Bank Of England's Prudential Regulation Committee

Zimbabwean actuary, Marjorie Ngwenya (42), has been appointed a member of the Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Committee, which supervises banks and investment firms.

She is a former president of the UK Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. Speaking after her appointment, Ngwenya said:

I am delighted to be appointed as an external member of the Prudential Regulation Committee as it considers a number of important issues, including the Future Regulatory Framework Review and Solvency II reforms. I look forward to contributing my international financial services experience in support of the work of the Committee.

Ngwenya also holds a Master of Science degree in leadership and strategy from the London Business School. 

She is the first non-British-based person to be appointed president-elect of the UK’s Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).

She has served in various positions in companies such as Old Mutual, Liberty Group South Africa and the Deloitte United Kingdom.

She completed her Advanced Levels in Harare at Chisipite Senior School, and moved to the United Kingdom to begin a BSc Actuarial Science degree at The London School of Economics but had to leave her studies during her first year due to currency problems in Zimbabwe, believing she would return to complete them.

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9 Comments

Asalif 2 months ago

Replacement for John Mangudya


😃 2 months ago

am so proud of u chero hangu ndsngakuziv


2 months ago


Pensioner 2 months ago

Her quality is can be very beneficial ku IPEC


ABSA 2 months ago

mazimbabweans you are making it abroad. few weeks ago we heard mumwe akagadzwa pahu Mayor ,Strive Masiyiwa ranked richest billionaire in UK,now this lady .good for you Zimbabweans come back and invest when the gvt changed


matare 2 months ago

exactly, these people should look back
they are beneficial to the economy

Tateguru 2 months ago

Great.


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doc wekwa zvimba 2 months ago

wadadisa,keep on ROLLING


Guru 1 month ago

Zimbabwean people make it outside so well but here they are being stopped... Zim leadership is failing it's people



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