About 70% of CFO’s are chartered accountants.— Ralph Mupita
I’m taking two months off in February and March. I’m going to watch my sons play football, rest and do a bit of running.— Ralph Mupita
MTN is a great, iconic business that is changing lives.— Ralph Mupita
Ralph Mupita has been Chief Executive Officer of Old Mutual Emerging Markets since February 2012.
He joined the company in 2001.
Mupita is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and holds a BSc Engineering (Hons) and an MBA from the University of Cape Town.
He will join MTN as Chief Financial Officer on 3 April 2017.
Listen to Mupita in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
We’re in 19 countries. South Africa is still dominant, but contributions from other markets will pick up.— Ralph Mupita
I love working in emerging markets and the African continent!— Ralph Mupita
The best success is through a team.— Ralph Mupita
I’m an MTN customer.— Ralph Mupita
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