Posted by: tdbgroup May 9, 2024 No Comments


Mauritius Principal Office
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Anne-Marie Iskandar
Senior Communications Officer

Ebene, Mauritius, 9 May 2024 – TDB Group mourns the untimely passing of a dear colleague, Mr. Daniel Lam Chun, Chief Executive, ESATAL fund management company and TDB Group Executive, Indian Ocean-Lusophone Africa Coverage, on Tuesday the 7th of May 2024.

Mr. Lam Chun joined TDB in 2018, in the capacity of Head of Deal Structuring and Financial Modelling and served with brilliance and dedication in various positions from the Group’s Mauritius Principal Office in Ebene.

Prior to joining TDB, Mr. Lam Chun was Head of Investment Banking at Absa Group in Mauritius, previously Barclays Africa, and held various positions, including at management level, at Standard Bank Mauritius, Mauritius Commercial Bank and others.

Mr. Lam Chun was a dedicated professional, whose expertise made him a vital member of the TDB Group Executive management team. His legacy in TDB Group’s asset management space and in the countries he served will endure, and his impact, continue to influence our work for years to come. Likewise, his leadership, integrity, unwavering commitment, and friendship will be remembered by and continue to inspire the TDB Group family.

It was indeed a privilege to work with Mr. Lam Chun.

It is with heavy hearts that, we, the TDB family, extend our deepest condolences to Mr. Lam Chun’s family, friends, and colleagues.

We appreciate your understanding and support during this period. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

May his soul rest in eternal peace.

About TDB
Established in 1985, the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (TDB) is an investment-grade African regional development finance group, with the mandate to finance and foster trade, regional economic integration and sustainable development. With an asset base of USD 10 bn, TDB Group has 25 African member states, which alongside non-regional member countries and institutional investors from Africa, Europe and Asia, form TDB’s community of shareholders.

TDB Group counts several subsidiaries and strategic business units including the Trade and Development Bank (TDB), TDB Group Asset Management (TAM), the Trade and Development Fund (TDF), TDB Captive Insurance Company (TCI), the ESATAL fund management company and TDB Academy.

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