Glacier by Sanlam appoints Gudani Mukatuni as CIO

03 March 2021 Glacier by Sanlam
Gudani Mukatuni, Chief Information Officer at Glacier by Sanlam

Gudani Mukatuni, Chief Information Officer at Glacier by Sanlam

Gudani Mukatuni has been appointed Chief Information Officer at Glacier by Sanlam with effect from 1 March 2021.

Gudani has over 16 years of working experience and prior to joining Glacier, she acquired her IT leadership and transformation experience working for organisations such as WesBank as their CIO; AIG Middle East & Africa Region as their Head of IT for Africa and Nedbank Financial Planning / Wealth Management as the Head of IT. Her areas of expertise include leading IT transformation to achieve operational efficiencies and unlocking new distribution channels through executing IT and digital transformation strategies in alignment with organisational goals.

She has also held various management and IT advisory roles at EY, MTN Group and SizweNtsalubaGobodo.

Gudani has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of the Witwatersrand, and an MBA from Henley Business School, University of Reading (UK).

Glacier Financial Solutions (Pty) Ltd and Sanlam Life Insurance Ltd are licensed financial services providers

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