THE TRADE & DEVELOPMENT BANK IS AN
AGILE INSTITUTION; A GLOBAL & REGIONAL
CONNECTOR, AND A DYNAMIC
VALUE CREATOR

WE STRIVE TO BE AT THE
FOREFRONT OF EXTENDING
DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL AND SERVICES
TO ADVANCE REGIONAL GROWTH
AND INTEGRATION

WE SYNERGIZE WITH OUR
ECOSYSTEM; ENSURING THAT
ALL OUR PROJECTS PRIORITIZE AND
COMPLY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL
STIPULATIONS

WE’RE ENERGIZED WITH THE RECOGNITION
AS 2019 AFRICAN BANKER OF THE YEAR,
AND THE JOINT WINNER OF THE 2019
INFRASTRUCTURE DEAL OF THE
YEAR AWARD

WITH EXCITING FINTECH
INNOVATIONS, WE’RE LEAPING
FORWARD WITH GREATER
EFFICIENCY

LIKE THE VIBRANT WILDEBEEST,
WE NAVIGATE THE AFRICAN
SAVANNAH; WEATHERING THE
ELEMENTS AND ENRICHING THE
CIRCLE OF LIFE AS WE GO FORTH.

35 years of advancing and integrating Eastern and Southern Africa

Investment Grade Breakdown

Graph 4 Evolution of Total Assets

Our Projects

TDB provides funding to both public and private enterprises, covering most sectors of economy. Consolidated Farming Limited Lilongwe Dairy Kibos Sugar and Allied Industries Limited PPC Barnet Cement Peterhouse School Tanganda Tea Company Zambezi Portland Cement Eden Island Rwandair Limited Hydromax Ltd

Our People

Senior Advisor, Infrastructure and Public Private Partnerships

Reginald Max

Prior to his appointment, Mr. Max was Senior Director, Originations, Development & Investment at General Electric and Transaction Leader Sub Saharan Africa at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He possesses over 25 years of experience in corporate banking and financial advisory and has held roles at Rand Water Services, Infrastructure Finance Corporation and Genesis Investment Bank.

 

He holds Post Graduate qualification in Development Studies from Darwin College, Cambridge University and Bachelor of Economics and History from University of Zimbabwe and is a member of Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators.

Adviser, Sovereign Finance and Debt Management

Felister Kivisi

Prior to her appointment, Ms. Kivisi was Senior Deputy Director, Public Debt Management Office in the National Treasury of Kenya. She also served as Senior Assistant Director of Debt Management and  has held senior roles in the Ministry of Finance and  the Office of the Prime Minister.  She has over 25 years of experience in sovereign debt management, syndications and debt capital markets.

Ms. Kivisi holds Master of Arts in Modern International Studies from University of Leeds, Bachelor of Arts in Government and French from the University of Nairobi and is finalizing doctoral studies.

Senior Advisor, Strategic Advisory Services

Catherine Kimaryo

Prior to her appointment, Ms. Kimaryo was the Director, the Nairobi Regional Office, responsible for Projects and Infrastructure Finance. Before joining TDB, she was a Senior Investment Officer at the World Bank and held roles at the United Nations in Kosovo and Akiba Commercial Bank in Tanzania. Ms. Kimaryo possesses over 20 years of experience in project and corporate finance and deal structuring.

Senior Advisor, Strategic Advisory ServicesMs. Kimaryo holds Master of Business Administration from Wits Business School and Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University

Senior Advisor, TDB Academy

James Kabuga

Prior to his appointment,  Mr. Kabuga was Senior Executive, Harare Regional Office. Before joining TDB in 1994, he worked in various senior capacities in both the public and private sector. He has over 25 years of development and investment banking experience, specializing in project and structured finance.

Mr. Kabuga holds Master of Agricultural Economics from Colorado State University and Bachelor of Economics from the University of Nairobi.

News

The teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process
The teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process
The teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process, identify gaps in ...