Maria Ramos to retire as Absa CEO

Maria Ramos to retire as Absa CEO

The bank announced Maria Ramos' departure from the bank where she served as Group Chief Executive for 10 years and led the Group through significant

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The bank announced Maria Ramos’ departure from the bank where she served as Group Chief Executive for 10 years and led the Group through significant milestones, including the aftermath of the global financial crisis and acquiring the Barclays Africa subsidiary banks in 2013.

Maria will retire when she turns 60 in February.

The Boards has appointed René van Wyk as the Absa Group and Absa Bank Interim Chief Executive with effect from March 1 2019.

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“The boards wish to thank Maria for a decade of dedicated service to our group and wish her all the best in her future endeavours,” said Absa.

Source: sabreakingnews.co.za

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