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May 31st, 2017
Sim Tshabalala

Sim Tshabalala

Simpiwe Tshabalala, Standard Bank Group CEO

Simpiwe Tshabalala is joint Chief Executive of the Standard Bank Group and Chief Executive of Standard Bank South Africa.

Tshabalala was born in Hlabisa, a poor area in rural KwaZulu Natal.

He grew up in Soweto and obtained his matric from the Sacred Heart College in Johannesburg.

Tshabalala went on to attend Rhodes University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1988, and a Bachelor of Laws in 1990.

He served his articles at Bowman Gilfillan, and went on to do a Master of Laws at Notre Dame in the US, which he was awarded summa cum laude, in 1993.

He was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 1994. He joined Real Africa Durolink Investment Bank in 1994 and worked in its structured finance division until 2000. In that time he continued his studies on a part-time basis, and completed the Higher Diploma in taxation law from Wits University in 1996.

Tshabalala joined the Project Finance Division of Standard Corporate and Merchant Bank as head of structured finance in 2000, and worked himself up through the ranks, becoming a Director in 2000 and Managing Director of Stanbic Africa in 2001. In 2006 he was appointed Chief Executive of Personal and Business Banking, South Africa. In the same year, he completed Harvard University’s Advanced Management Programme.

In March 2008, he was appointed as Chief Executive of Standard Bank South Africa. He was appointed as one of three Deputy Chief Executives of the Standard Bank Group in April 2009.

In June 2012, he took on the additional responsibility for Corporate and Investment Banking’s client franchise in South Africa.

In March 2013, he was appointed joint Chief Executive of the Standard Bank Group, extending his responsibilities to the banking businesses on the African continent outside South Africa and to the bank’s Wealth business, including Liberty Holdings.

Tshabalala sits on the Boards of the Liberty Group,Standard Bank’s subsidiary in Nigeria, Stanbic IBTC, the Banking Association of South Africa, on the Board and Council of Business Leadership South Africa.

In May 2016, he was elected to the board of the International Monetary Conference.

Tshabalala, a banker with over 22 years experience in the financial services industry.

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