Nedbank searches for Brown’s successor
THE Nedbank group has begun the search for a new CEO to replace Mike Brown, who has been at the bank’s helm for 14 years.
Brown’s tenure at the banking group spans 30 years. Before he was appointed to the CEO role in 2010, he held the role of chief financial officer from 2004.
On Friday, the bank announced it has begun searching for Brown’s successor, three months after appointing former Reserve Bank deputy governor Daniel Mminele as the bank’s chair, effective June 2. – Moneyweb