Britam Group Managing Director Tavaziva Madzinga is set to leave the company in April 2022, a year after he was announced as the boss.
Madzinga was appointed to head the company in February 2021, taking over from Benson Wairegi who retired from the company.
In his short stint, Madzinga turned the company back to profitability and oversaw a restructuring of the company, saving it at least Ksh500 million annually.
“We are grateful to have benefited from Mr Madzinga’s global experience in re-positioning the Group for the future. He has reset the Group’s focus towards serving our customers with empathy and care while providing a truly epic customer experience,” said Britam Acting Chairman Mohamed Karama.
Charles Njuguna has been named the new Group Deputy Managing Director effective from December 1 even as he retains his role as the Group Finance Director.
Meanwhile, Diane Korir has been appointed as the company’s new Customer Experience Director while the Group has raided NCBA for Catherine Karita who becomes Britam’s new Strategy & Investor Relations Director.