Edigold Monday –BA/Educ-Econ; ICPAU, ACCA, FCCA, MBA

Ms. Edigold Monday is currently the Managing Director of Crane Bank Rwanda and a former 1st Vice Chairperson of Rwanda Bankers Association (RBA). She is the former Managing Director of Bank of Africa – Uganda and Vice Chairman of Uganda Bankers Association (UBA). Before rising to the latter level, she was an Executive Director in the same Bank. For a few months, she worked for Global Trust Bank in the capacity of Ag. Managing Director and Executive Director and participated in its start-up. Prior to this, she was the CEO/Executive Director for CMF- a micro-finance institution that was later taken over by Global Trust Bank. Before joining CMF she served as a member on its board.

She has over 20 years of banking and financial management experience at senior managerial level. She is currently a member of the University Council for Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) and a board member for the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) in Uganda.

 

She served as the Director Finance and Administration for the Uganda Wildlife Authority for close to two years. Before this role, she was the Chief Internal Auditor for Centenary Bank where she rose through the ranks and in different departments including Branch Management and Finance Department. She has significant experience and training in bank management, audit, finance, corporate governance, human resources, risk management, business and product development.

 

Edigold holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from Herriot-Watt University – UK. She is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants – United Kingdom. She received an Award of the Best National ACCA Candidate in Strategic Business Planning and Development in December 2002.

 

She is said to be the first Uganda female to head a commercial bank both in Uganda and Rwanda. She was decorated with a Golden Jubilee Medal by the President of the Republic of Uganda in 2015 for her contribution to the development of the nation.