Board Of Directors
Director – Mr. Solomon Kitungu
Alternate to the Cabinet Secretary- National Treasury
Mr. Solomon Kitungu is a graduate of Nairobi University and Manchester University – UK. Prior to joining Postbank, he served as an Executive Director of the Privatization Commission from 2009 – 2017 and Investment Director at the National Treasury from 2003 – 2009. Mr. Kitungu is currently the alternate director for the CS National Treasury in the Board of Directors of the Insurance Regulatory Authority. Previously, while at the National Treasury Mr. Kitungu served in other Boards such as the Agricultural Finance Corporation, Kenya Commercial Bank, National Bank of Kenya, Kenya Electricity Generating Company, Kenya Power, Kenya Petroleum Refineries and Kenya National Assurance (2001). Mr. Kitungu has attended the Advanced Management Programme at Strathmore Business School and University of Navara Barcelona, Spain, and has extensive experience in public sector investments and reforms, privatizations and Public Private Partnerships
Director – Ms. Mercy Shitsukane Luseno
Mercy S. Luseno holds a Bachelor of Education (Arts), in Mathematics and Business studies. She has previously worked as a Physics, Mathematics and Business Studies teacher.
As a graduate of Moi University, Mercy left a huge impression organizing and supporting anti-cancer campaigns. Her main focus was creating breast and prostate cancer awareness. Ms. Luseno has been instrumental in creating awareness on environmental matters in an effort to enhance action for the protection of the environment. Mercy has been a strong voice outside her academic career advocating for women empowerment
Director – Mr. Moses Banda
Moses Banda holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Microfinance and Economic Community Development from Uganda Martyrs Catholic University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Banking and Finance with specialization in Microfinance from Moi University. He has unrivalled experience in Microfinance, spanning over two decades. Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Banda was lead Managing Director at Rosmo Limited, a founder employee of K-rep (now Sidian) Bank, and a Director at Susu Microfinance Bank-Nigeria.
Mr. Banda has extensive experience in creating and building development finance organizations; managing, advising, and providing leadership; institutional capacity building; commercialization of NGO microfinance institutions and provision of consultancy and advisory services to various institutions. He is hands on and has gained practical experience in leadership, governance, transformation, policy formulation, fundraising and lobbying. He is also a member of Association of Microfinance.
Mr. Banda has served as a director of several national and international organizations. He is a widely sought after public speaker, resource person and financial advisor.
Managing-Director – Ms. Anne Karanja
Anne has a Masters degree in Business Administration specializing in Strategic Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Sociology. She has vast experience in banking, auditing and finance. Prior to joining Kenya Post Office Savings Bank, Anne was an Auditor with the Controller and Auditor General. She has previously headed several departments in the bank including Finance & Accounts, Administration and Money Transfer Services. Anne has proven leadership, project and business management skills and has a passion for service excellence. She has also steered several business projects with remarkable success
Director – Mr. Samuel Bunei
Mr. Samuel Bunei joined Postbank in December 2018. He has over 20 years’ experience in Banking and Microfinance. Previously, he was Head of Microfinance at the National Bank of Kenya.
Mr. Bunei started his career as a Graduate Trainee at the Co-operative Bank of Kenya rising through the ranks to the position of a Microfinance Manager. He has also worked at Kenya Commercial Bank as the Regional Microfinance Manager where he was instrumental in setting up and rolling out micro business across the entire branch network, and at Family Bank where he held the position of Head of Microfinance.
Having attended both local and international training, he is fully conversant with Corporate Governance, Strategic Management, and Performance & Change Management.
He holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) in Entrepreneurship and a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Degree, both from Moi University. Samuel is also an Associate of Kenya Institute of Bankers (AKIB).
Company Secretary – Mr. Hannington Ouko
Mr. Hannington O. Ouko is the Corporation Secretary/Head, Legal Services, Security & Investigations. Mr. Ouko has a wealth of professional experience having worked for several Banks during which he acquired over 14 years’ experience in Commercial Law, Conveyancing Law, Banking Law, Legal Advisory and Secretarial Services to Board in leading Commercial Banks in Kenya and In East Africa. Prior to joining Postbank in 2017, Mr. Ouko served as the Head of Legal & Compliance as well as Secretary to the Board of Management at Co-operative Bank of South Sudan Ltd.
Mr. Ouko is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Commissioner for Oaths, Notary Public and Certified Professional Mediator (MTI). He holds LL.M (Public Finance & Financial Services Laws), LLB (Hons) and B.A (Hons) in Social Anthropology, Philosophy/Logic and Political Science from the University of Nairobi. He also holds Post Graduate Diploma in Law from The Kenya School of Law.