Stock exchange CEO wanted

The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange is advertising for a new CEO, see here on the DSE website for the job advertisement. The deadline is this Friday, 15 February.
The contract of the previous CEO Gabriel Kitua, expired on 31 January. Gabriel is recommended from my own experience, as a firm and results-oriented manager with vision who had the drive and hard work to make it happen. He read reports carefully and made constructive inputs and he was also pragmatic and believed in progress. We wish him all the best going forward.
Pending the new appointment, the DSE is in the capable hands of Mary Mniwasa, a lawyer who has served the DSE for long as Corporate Affairs Manager and Legal Counsel, including many key strategic and management processes.
Dar es Salaam and the Tanzanian economy are both booming with much growth still to come. The people and place are very pleasant. Closer links across the East African community are hotting up the pace of progress, modernization and integration. The DSE and its key stakeholders, the Capital Markets and Securities Authority, the Bank of Tanzania, the Government, issuers, stockbrokers and investors, are pushing processes of modernization and change including a demutualization strategy and an ambitious 5-year plan.
We wish them all the luck with the recruitment process.

1 Response to “Stock exchange CEO wanted”


  1. The Corporate Prof.

    Mission accomplished!