The National Building Society (NBS), has appointed Tapera Mushoriwa as it new Managing Director amid expectation that he will steer the financial institution into a creative path which will lead to increased revenue and better customer experience.
Mushoriwa has vast experience encompassing digital-led banking, change management and innovation, obtained primarily in the financial services sector.
He started his banking career as an International Graduate Trainee at Standard Chartered Bank, he went on to assume roles and progressive responsibility in Corporate Banking and Digital Banking.
NBS Board of Directors Chair, Shingai Mutumbwa lauded Mushoriwa’s appointment saying his experience will be key in encompassing company grown anchored on digital transformation.
“We believe that Mushoriwa’ s appointment will lead to a new beginning at NBS where a stronger, and more cohesive organization will be realized. Our expectation is that he will achieve this by bringing people driven leadership and customer centrism across every level. Furthermore, digitalization will be pursued as a key enabler”, said Mutumbwa.
Mushoriwa experience comes at a time when the NBS is making deliberate efforts to evolve by meeting the needs and requirements of its client which is premised on maintaining a long-standing commitment to creativity and innovation by providing market-responsive products.
His addition to NBS will also drive the institution’s mandate to lower the national housing backlog.
As Chief Operating Officer and Group Head of Digital Banking at Cassava Fintech International, amongst other digital technology initiatives, Mushoriwa was credited with pioneering and propelling the success of an all-in-one super application that is available across 180 global markets.