INTERVIEW | Absa is reinventing itself to claim rightful place in Africa – CEO Daniel Mminele

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Absa CEO Daniel Mminele says 
one of the reasons he joined Absa the bank had clear ambitions of being a pan-African bank.
Photo: Supplied by Absa Group
Absa CEO Daniel Mminele says one of the reasons he joined Absa the bank had clear ambitions of being a pan-African bank. Photo: Supplied by Absa Group

When Maria Ramos' job as head of Absa was up for grabs, current CEO Daniel Mminele couldn't resist taking up the challenge.

Then a deputy governor of the South African Reserve Bank, who had been out of the commercial banking loop for two decades, Mminele thought making a comeback by leading an organisation that was busy reinventing itself was the kind of challenge he was up to.

Ambitions to be a Pan-African bank

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