The management at the Botswana IFSC are:
Alan P. Boshwaen
Chief Executive Officer
Alan is the Chief Executive Officer and a Director of the Botswana IFSC. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company.
Corporate Affairs Executive
Mokwena is responsible for Finance, Administration, Human Resources, IT and Public Relations. He is also Secretary to the Botswana IFSC Board and Certification Committee. He joined the Company in 2005, having worked as Finance and Administration Manager at Associated Fund Administrators Botswana, which is Botswana’s largest medical fund administrator. Prior to that he worked as Chief Accountant at Bamangwato Concession Limited (BCL Mine) in Selibe Phikwe.
Corporate Affairs Officer
Morulaganyi is tasked with assisting the Corporate Affairs Executive in carrying out the administrative and finance functions of the IFSC. His main duties include the preparation of monthly management accounts of the IFSC, obtaining work and residence permits for staff of approved IFSC companies, assisting external auditors and accountants of the company, website and database maintenance as well as relationship building with stakeholders. Prior to joining the IFSC Morulaganyi worked for E.K. Masalila (Pty) Ltd, a firm of company secretaries and accountants. He joined IFSC in June 2004.
Banking and Treasury
Otsile joined the IFSC in April 2000 and her primary responsibility involves implementing the IFSC marketing strategy in the key target markets, with the aim of attracting reputable institutions to the Centre. Her main focus is on international banks and corporations that either already have a presence in Africa, or have an interest in expandin g their operations into the continent. Before joining the IFSC, Otsile was with Standard Chartered Bank of Botswana, where she worked in the Treasury Division as a Corporate Dealer, providing foreign currency risk management advice to large corporations in the domestic market.
Funds and Insurance
Letsebe’s primary role is to attract reputable international investment funds and insurance companies into the Botswana IFSC by introducing the opportunities that the Botswana IFSC presents to their capital intermediation processes across the African continent. Letsebe joined BIFSC in 2002. Prior to that he served as a Business Support Manager at Standard Chartered Bank Botswana and has also worked as Finance Officer in the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning.
Strategy and Research Executive
Kitso’s responsibilities include strategy development and performance monitoring. He undertakes research encompassing market and policy issues to ensure that the IFSC is receptive to the dynamic environment in which it operates. Kitso previously worked as an Associate Consultant at Delele where he completed projects on financial and municipal branding strategy. He holds a BA Economics from Harvard University.
Corporate Communications Executive
Rachel is responsible for raising awareness of the objectives of the IFSC and its potential amongst key stakeholders in the country, media relations, website content management, publications, event management and advertising. She joined BIFSC in June 2004, after a stint with Learning and Skills Council London East. Prior to that she worked for De Beers Diamond Trading Company and Botswana Diamond Valuing Company. She also worked for Botswana Gazette from 1997 to 1998.
Provides a full range of secretarial and administrative support services including documentation handling, and accommodation and travel arrangements for IFSC team. She also provides personal assistant services to the Chief Executive Officer.