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TCB Bank

Chief Executive Officer

Adam Mihayo

Adam Mihayo’s journey to the helm of Tanzania Commercial Bank is paved with over 16 years of experience within the intricate world of finance. His career has spanned local, regional, and global institutions, granting him a diverse perspective on the industry’s nuances. Notably, his expertise in risk management, honed through various leadership roles, serves as a valuable asset in today’s dynamic financial landscape. As CEO of TCB, Mr. Mihayo’s proven ability to navigate complex challenges and guide strategic growth positions the bank for continued success in the years to come.



Tanzania Commercial Bank

Tanganyika Postal Office Savings Bank (TPOSB) now Tanzania Commercial Bank came into being in 1925 when Tanganyika was under British Rule. It later became a Savings Bank under the then East African Post and Telecommunications which ceased to operate after the collapse of the East African Community. The Tanzania Posts & Telecommunications Corporation (TP&TC) came into being to cater for the Tanzanian market. TPB was formed from the now defunct TP&TC. TPB was established by the Tanzania Postal Bank Act No. 11 of 1991. On Monday the 29th of June 2015, the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania repealed the Act and on the 29th of March 2016 the bank was incorporated under the Companies Act (Cap 212) as TPB Bank PLC. On Thursday 19th January 2017, the bank unveiled it’s the name TPB Bank PLC to the public as well as its new logo and tagline (Grow with us). On the 14th July 2021 the bank changed its name to Tanzania Commercial Bank Plc with a tagline ‘Growing stronger together’.