Mr Nduna holds a BSc Degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Lancaster and a Master in Business Administration from the University of Bradford, United Kingdom.
He has vast experience in both the public and private sector having worked for Delta Corporation, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development as Under Secretary and later promoted to the position of Deputy Secretary responsible for Domestic and International Finance. Mr. Nduna’s portfolio in the Ministry included regulation of insurance companies and pension funds, banks, building societies and the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
In 1984, he was seconded to lead the newly established Zimbabwe Reinsurance Corporation, which was to spearhead the development and localisation of the insurance industry in Zimbabwe, which at independence was predominantly foreign in ownership and management.
Under Mr Nduna’s leadership, ZimRe opened other reinsurance companies in Botswana, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa and Malawi and a life company in Malawi; and non-life companies in Uganda, Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique.
He has served as president of African Insurance Organization (AIO), president of the Federation of Afro-Asian Insurers and Reinsurers (FAIR) and deputy president of the Association of Insurance and Reinsurance companies in developing countries, covering Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Mrs Mashingaidze holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) Degree from the University of Zimbabwe and a Master of Business Leadership Degree from the University of South Africa (UNISA).
She is a Chartered Management Accountant with diverse experience spanning over thirty years in treasury, working capital management, strategic financial management, tax- planning, management accounting, budgeting, information technology and company secretarial practice.
Mrs Mashingaidze served as board member of the Insurance and Pensions Commission from November 2015 to February 2019 where she was the chairperson of the Finance and Audit Committee.
Mrs Rusike holds a BSc (Hons) Degree in Economics and a Masters’ Degree in Business Administration from the University of Zimbabwe.
She has 18 years’ experience in Government and is the Director for the Financial & Capital Markets Department in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.
Mrs Rusike is a board member of the Deposit Protection Corporation and was an Alternate Director on the last IPEC board.
Mr Mureriwa holds a BSc Mathematics Degree from the University of Zimbabwe and is a Fellow of the Faculty of Actuaries (Scotland) and the Actuarial Society of South Africa.
He has 24 years’ experience as an actuarial consultant to life and short-term insurance companies, pension funds and medical aid funds in various countries. Mr. Mureriwa was once a Chief Actuary for the African Actuarial Consultancy, Head of Actuarial and Investments Consultant for South Africa’s Quantum Financial Services and Actuarial Consultant for Sanlam Namibia.
He works as a part-time lecturer at the National University of Science and Technology.
Mr Nyengedza holds a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws Degrees, both attained from London. He is a registered Legal Practitioner, Notary Public and Conveyancer in Zimbabwe, a Barrister (England & Wales), member of Lincoln’s Inn and an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK).
Mr Nyengedza previously taught the law of banking and negotiable instruments at the University of Zimbabwe. He has previously served on the board of an insurance entity where he chaired the Governance committee and was a member of the Investments committee.