Mamie Kalonda Kapenga, the General Manager of Finca Rdc leaves the group after 19 years of practice

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Since August 8, 2022, Mamie Kalonda Kapenga, General Manager of Finca Rdc has announced her departure from this microfinance where she worked for 19 years, learned EcoMatin from the press release made public by the institution.

For the time being, Finca Rdc has not appointed a new manager but the institution draws up a positive assessment of the outgoing CEO who joined the group in 2003, the date of the launch of its activities. Most recently, Mamie Kalonda Kapenga helped Finca Rdc through the covid-19 pandemic and natural disasters such as the volcanic eruption. She arrived at Finca Rdc in 2003 as an intern.

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After a short stint helping to stabilize Finca Tanzania, she returned to Kinshasa in 2007 to grow the institution throughout the country. Kalonga was promoted to Director of Operations in the DRC and Director of Operations Finca Uganda in 2009 and 2012 respectively.

In January 2015, she rose through the ranks and became General Manager of Finca Rdc then Dg in the month of the same year. “I am grateful for the opportunities that have been given to me for almost two decades. I have full confidence in the remaining team of leaders of Finca Rdc, from each branch and from the head office, I have full confidence that they will implement Finca’s vision which is to bring financial inclusion to more people,” said Mamie Kalonda Kapenga.

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Finca Rdc launched in 2003 is today the largest microfinance institution in the country. With more than 500,000 customers, its vision is to reach millions of Congolese still excluded from the banking system thanks to digital solutions adapted to the realities of the DR Congo. Microfinance has recently set up a Click application which facilitates access to financial services from one’s telephone.

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