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FNBB’s Sebabole Scoops ‘Top 50 Change Maker Under 40’ Award

First National Bank of Botswana has announced that the Bank’s Economist Moatlhodi ‘Judge’ Sebabole has been bestowed a Mail and Guardian ‘Top 50 Change Maker under 40’ award, under the leadership & business category. Mail & Guardian Africa, and Gabz FM collaborated in celebrating Botswana’s 50th independence by honouring those who have significantly helped transform business, society, politics, academia and culture.

The distinguished award winners include Botswana’s brightest young innovators, emerging talent and change agents from diverse industries who are forging the country’s future in their respective industries.

Sebabole has been awarded the change maker award among  five other young women and men in recognition of his contribution to the debates and reviews on the business and economic landscape, as well as business consultancy works he has done for different organisations including Business Botswana, Botswana Qualification Authority, Serowe Marketing Cooperation as well contributing to IMF and WEF reviews for Botswana.

Since joining FNB Botswana in 2014, Sebabole has been a true advocate of innovative financial market intelligence and analysis. He conducts macroeconomic forecasts and analysis, and also provides insight and synergies between the Bank’s strategy and economic developments.

Prior joining FNB Botswana, Sebabole was

a finance lecturer at the University of Botswana. He has previously worked at the University of Essex, UK and at Stanbic Bank in risk management, as well as at the Botswana Stock Exchange in product development. Sebabole holds an MSc in Finance and Investment from the University of Essex, as well as a Bachelor of Finance from the University of Botswana. He is currently enrolled in the PhD in Economic Sciences programme at the University of Witwatersrand.

Commenting on his award, Sebabole said: “I am very passionate about the evolving of the banking industry which provides opportunities for disruptive innovations that drives a more consumer-centric and seamless banking experience. I feel very honoured and delighted to have made a significant contribution to economic literacy by imparting knowledge to the nation.”




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