Former Reserve Bank deputy governor Daniel Mminele appointed Absa CEO
Absa Bank has appointed former South African Reserve Bank deputy governor Daniel Mminele as its group chief executive.
Mminele will be the first black chief executive for Absa.
He has served for more than 10 years at the Reserve Bank as deputy governor.
Clement Manyathela speaks to Absa head of corporate communications Songezo Zibi about the appointment.
Daniel is a seasoned banking executive who has both international and local pedigree both in terms of policy and commercial banking.Songezo Zibi, Head of corporate communications - Absa
He is going to start at the bank on January 15.Songezo Zibi, Head of corporate communications - Absa
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