Friday, September 12, 2014

Top Tanzanians@Wall Street:Trickle Down Effect?

"At only 32 [+], she is the managing director of a $20 billion (Sh32 trillion) Hedge Fund called Merrill Lynch of the Bank of America-Global Wealth and Investment Management, in New York. She manages a 10-member team that is charged with sourcing, structuring, negotiating and managing the Fund that is nearly twice Tanzania’s budget for the current financial year." - - cf.
 "Nathan Chiume is a Risk and Compliance Manager with 8 years of Wall Street industry experience in asset management business. He currently works at Deutsche Bank’s Asset Management division leading a team that captures and monitors trading violations across globally traded portfolios ensuring that the Bank is operating within industry regulations and well as with client fiduciary requirements. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, he worked as an Analyst at Citigroup and Legg Mason asset management divisions.Born and raised in Tanzania with parental heritage from both Tanzania and Malawi, he is passionate about Africa’s culture and development. He is a former Board Member of AngelAfrica, a non-profit organization which aims to connect young African professionals and business leaders to promote economic growth in Africa by leveraging collective talent, encourage entrepreneurship and private sector development initiatives. He conceived and organized first ever AngelAfrica’s East Africa Investment Forum in 2009. He also volunteered with Deutsche Bank’s Microcredit Development Fund as well as with Bumbuli Development Corporation (BDC)...." - cf. &
"[Kay] Madati, a Tanzanian citizen who has lived in Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States, will lead BET’s teams responsible for all aspects of digital, social and mobile strategy and oversee operations, content creation, technology and product development across the suite of BET Network’s digital platforms...Prior to his appointment at BET, Madati was most recently the Head of Entertainment and Media on the Global Marketing Solutions team at Facebook Inc. His team helped position Facebook Inc. as a key strategic partner for digital and social solutions with film studios, TV networks and entertainment companies.Prior to joining the social media company in 2011, Madati was the Vice President of Audience Experience at CNN Worldwide, where he helped to integrate social media into CNN’s daily programming across multiple platforms. Madati also held marketing and operations roles at Octagon Worldwide and BMW of North America...."- cf. &


Tafakari September 12, 2014 at 5:07 PM  

Chambi, you should also record where they studied. This will highlight how they got where they have got to and help others.

Karibu kwenye ulingo wa kutafakari kuhusu tunapotoka,tulipo,tuendako na namna ambavyo tutafika huko tuendako/Welcome to a platform for reflecting on where we are coming from, where we are, where we are going and how we will get there

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