You have to hang up your boots while you can still dance, says Satrix CEO ahead of exit

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Helena Conradie will step down as the CEO of Satrix Investments in October. While she initially wants to take a break, she thinks she will come back to the industry.
Photo: File
Helena Conradie will step down as the CEO of Satrix Investments in October. While she initially wants to take a break, she thinks she will come back to the industry. Photo: File

She might be hanging up her boots for now, but Satrix Investments CEO Helena Conradie says she is not done with the investment industry. Conradie will be stepping down as Satrix CEO in October this year, but will remain a board member of the passive investment provider's manager.

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