German SES expert for local bank

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The Senior Experten Service (SES) Expert has over 33 years experience. His recruitment is part of efforts by Metbank to strengthen its Trade and Export Finance offering.
The Senior Experten Service (SES) Expert has over 33 years experience. His recruitment is part of efforts by Metbank to strengthen its Trade and Export Finance offering.
  1. Harare – Metbank has fortified its Trade and Export Finance Division by engaging a Senior Experten Service (SES) Expert to provide expertise as part of efforts to strengthen its Trade and Export Finance offering.

In a statement Metbank head of Trade and Export Finance Pamela Muzenda said the move is aimed at improving its services to its clients.

“We would like to enhance and improve services offered to potential and existing exporters in our database and engaging a SES Expert will assist us in improving services offered to our clients,” Muzenda said.

The statement also stated that the expert will hold technical training sessions in order to equip the Bank to further develop and establish innovative funding solutions for its clients

Metbank’s Trade and Export Finance Unit, provides essential export finance instruments to the Bank’s customers. It offers a broad mix of customized financial solutions for companies doing business in emerging and developed markets.

Muzenda also said Metbank, through its Trade and Export Finance division, is also pursuing various business development initiatives and has plans to increase exporters and help them with trade information to expand into new markets.

“The Trade Mission, to be held in Mauritius, presents an opportunity for the bank to achieve its various objectives as well as create educational and cultural experience to Metbank. The trade mission will also generate lines of credit and direct access to up to date market information from Mauritius industry captains.”

She also said Metbank structures its trade facilitation initiatives to help clients access lucrative regional and international markets with the objective of exceeding their expectations and growing the bank’s exporter’s book.

“It is hoped that these initiatives will not only improve Trade and Export systems within this Unit, but will ensure Metbank remains competitive in the Export Market,” she said.