Speculation is rife that ABSA CEO Maria Ramos who retires at the end of February 2019, may be heading for the South African Revenue Services to spearhead a major cleanup of the entity which has been shaken by corruption and mismanagement scandals for a number of years.
South Africa's Top Woman CEO Retires - Where Will Ramos Go Now?
allAfrica, 31 January 2019
The retirement announcement of Absa Group CEO Maria Ramos has sparked speculation about what could be next for "the fixer", who was part of the national treasury in 1994, and went… Read more »
Maria Ramos at the World Economic Forum (file photo)
Maria Ramos, the CEO of one of South Africa's top four banks - Absa - announced this week that she is retiring. A press release from the bank says that she has chosen to retire ... Read more »
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