Byarugaba is Global Trust Bank's managing director
Publish Date: Dec 07, 2008
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By Nicholas Kajoba

RICHARD Byarugaba is the new managing director of Global Trust Bank.

A graduate of statistics and economics from Makerere University, Byarugaba brings a wealth of experience he has garnered in the banking and finance sector for 25 years.

He worked with Standard Chartered Bank, Nile Bank and more recently, Barclays Bank as chief operations officer.

Byarugaba is a qualified accountant with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and holds a management diploma from the Henley Management College of UK.

“Byarugaba has a lot to offer in terms of experience and operations of day to day work,” Gorretti Masadde, the bank’s communications manager, said.

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