DFCU Bank has ceased to be an ideal place to work if the continued departure of senior managers who have left to go work in other banks is anything to go by. The latest senior manager to quit troubled DFCU is Denis Kibukamusoke who has been working as the Head of Consumer Banking.
Rukh-Shana Namuyimba, the Communication Manager at DFCU Bank told journalists that Kibukamusoke will be replaced by Miranda Bageine Musoke, the Head Personal Banking in an acting capacity. Kibukamusoke has been part of DFCU’s success story for a cumulative 8yrs.
DFCU Bank last month announced that Dr. Winifred Tarinyeba Kiryabwire, who was a director on the board of DFCU bank had left her post. DFCU Bank lawyers Ligomarc Advocates, in a public notice, said Dr. Kiryabwire resigned ‘due to commitments she is due to undertake in another regulated entity.”
Also last month Ms Agnes Tibayeyita Isharaza who was the chief legal officer and company secretary quit to after getting a better job at National Social Security Fund (NSSF) where she had been appointed by the finance minister Matia Kasaija as Corporation Secretary and head of legal.
Ever since DFCU Bank bought Crane Bank from Bank of Uganda in a deal many say was riddled by corruption has been facing public scrutiny something that has affected its performance. This has forced some their trusted investors to rethink their association with the commercial bank.