Home Business Corporates BOA hires business manager Ndemo in Coop Bank raid Friday February 26 2016 email print Former Cooperative Bank’s chief manager, corporate banking and Trade Finance Elizabeth Ndemo now joins BOA as deputy managing director (DMD), business development. PHOTO | COURTESY In Summary The bank’s country managing director Ronald Marambii said the move was in line with the bank’s focus on its key development pillars and strengthening of its market position. Advertisement By LILIAN OCHIENG' More by this Author Bank of Africa has raided Cooperative Bank for its latest recruit to drive its retail and Treasury business.Former Cooperative Bank’s chief manager, corporate banking and Trade Finance Elizabeth Ndemo now joins BOA as deputy managing director (DMD), business development.The bank’s country managing director Ronald Marambii said the move was in line with the bank’s focus on its key development pillars and strengthening of its market position.“With this in mind, Bank of Africa in Kenya has appointed Ms Elizabeth Ndemo as the deputy managing director business development. Some of her responsibilities include enterprise banking, retail banking, treasury, and marketing among others. Her in-depth knowledge of the local banking industry and expertise in corporate, trade finance and retail banking is a strategic move in the bank’s growth strategy,” Mr Marambii.The bank also disclosed a reassignment of yet another female boss, Jane Kilonzo to head its operations and support departments.Ms Kilonzo the new deputy managing director (DMD), operations and support has served BOA for more than 10 years and has been in charge of other key roles in the bank including Head of Audit and Head of Risk & Compliance.BOA Group has over 30 years of presence in 17 African countries Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Djibouti. email print In the headlines The transformation of Ababu and Karua Once some of the fiercest critics of Uhuru and Ruto, LPK and Narc-Kenya leaders are now in Election 2017: Who will be president? Some are career politicians, others are teachers, one recently returned from the US, and another Prosecutors want Boniface Mwangi arrested Ex-Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega dies The rise and fall of Noriega May, Corbyn clash over Brexit Waiguru seeks to block lifestyle audit JUST BRENDA: My girlfriend can't cook, help!