Kadita Tshibaka has had an illustrious banking career with over 40 years of experience in corporate and retail banking, operations, treasury, risk management, microfinance, and people development. Mr. Tshibaka spent 33 years at Citigroup, becoming Head of Corporate Risk Management, responsible for some 77 emerging markets between 2002 and 2004. After retiring from Citi in January 2005, he moved to Lloyds TSB Group, where he worked as Divisional Risk Director, Wholesale and International Banking in London (2005-2007) and Executive Vice-President and Country Manager USA (2007). He subsequently provided leadership, including as interim CEO (2009) and Board member, to Opportunity International, a global microfinance organization (2008-2013). In June 2014, Mr. Tshibaka was appointed member of the Board of Directors of Ecobank Transnational Inc. (ETI), where until June 2017 he served a three-year term as Nominee Director of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group.
He currently serves on the Boards of Citibank Kazakhstan, the Eleazar Wheelock Society (integrating faith, reason, vocation and service) – at Dartmouth College, and Africa New Day (changing a culture and transforming a nation through training and equipping men, women, youth, and children for responsible and ethical leadership).
Mr. Tshibaka holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Dartmouth College (USA) and an MBA from The Amos Tuck School of Business Administration (Dartmouth College). He is married and a father of two grown children and grateful grand-father of six.