Terrence Mugova (Mr.) MIFM
Terrence is a Graduate of Rhodes University, and an Andrew Mellon Scholar for academic excellence.He completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Science, majoring in Mathematical Statistics and Economics, and a Master’s Degree in Financial Markets – both of which he attained with distinction (Cum laude)
During the course of his Master’s degree, Terrence successfully completed the South African Institute of Financial Markets Registered Person examinations, allowing him to register as a member of the South African Institute of Financial Markets. As a result, Terrence is authorised to trade on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and offer advice on financial market instruments.
Terrence brings with him 10 years’ worth of valuable education services and investment banking experience. He began his career at Rhodes University, where he held various positions including Student Tutor, Practical Demonstrator, Examination and Test marker, as well as a stand in Econometrics Lecturer.
Following the completion of his Master’s Degree in 2008, Terrence joined Genesis Global Finance as an Associate. He worked on transactions including debt origination, debt restructuring, strategy formulation and documentation, financial modelling, company valuations, acquisitions and company reconstructions.
Pursuant to spending three years with Genesis Global Finance, Terrence joined Tetrad Investment Bank in 2011 as a Corporate Finance Analyst, rising to the rank of Corporate Finance Manager within six months of joining the bank. At Tetrad, Terrence worked on transactions involving, but not limited to business valuations, financial engineering, capital raising, escrow account management, financial modelling, product development and management.
After a year, Terrence was promoted to Head of Education Finance, a division he co-founded and pioneered by offering financing to students at over twenty Zimbabwean private education institutions. As Head of Education Finance, Terrence further ventured into new territory by penetrating the Region and adding strategic partnerships with leading South African Universities, Growing the overall portfolio to over US$12 million a year in student loans