Full Name
Job Title
Director in charge of Consumer Banking division
SBM (State Bank of Mauritius) Kenya
Speaker Bio
Beth Wanjiru Muthui is the Director in charge of Consumer Banking division at SBM (State Bank of Mauritius) Kenya.
She is a career banker with over 18 years’ experience, heading various roles, having started her career at CFC Bank. She is skilled in Banking, Team Leadership, Strategic Planning, Business Development and Business Strategy.
Beth is a Business and IT Graduate from United States International University - Africa.
Beth also heads the Women Markets Program at the Bank, a program that has seen the Bank win several awards in recognition of the role the bank continues to play in supporting women in business: -
Financial Inclusion Awards 2019- Most Preferred Women Banker in Kenya.
Winner for Marketing Realignment Through Covid-19, Online Response Category; What Women Want Campaign 2020 – Awarded by the Annual Marketing Society of Kenya Awards 2020.
Best Bank in Women Banking Kenya 2021 – Awarded by the World Economic Magazine -
World Economic Magazine Inc. Award aims to highlight and acknowledge the spirit of industry disruptors across the global financial marketplace. In our endeavor to become a recognized and trusted standard of excellence, our awards honour the efficacy of both B2B and B2C businesses as well as thought leaders as they redefine their values to sustain in today’s dynamic ‘innovation economy’. Since honorees for the awards are chosen solely on the basis of merit, we only recognize businesses, services and individuals who stand out from the crowd and go above and beyond to ensure their client’s satisfaction.

Beth is also a council member of Women on the Move Council for the SBM Group (jurisdiction in Mauritius, Kenya, Madagascar and India), representing Kenya.
The Women on the Move Council was established by the Board of SBM Holdings Ltd in order to affirm its commitment on gender issues, engagement and leadership through Empowerment, Education & Advisory Service for both internal and external stakeholders.

Beth is an art lover and a member of the Circle Art Gallery.