DBSA appoints Boitumelo Mosako as CFO


Boitumelo Mosako took the reins as CFO of BDSA on 1 April.

The Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) has announced the appointment of Boitumelo Mosako as CFO, effective 1 April. 

Boitumelo takes the reins from Kareshni Naidoo, and will be in charge of finance in the DBSA’s new operating model, which includes three front-line divisions: Coverage, Transacting and Project Preparation. 

She holds a B.Com Accounting from the University of Cape Town, a Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting from the University of Cape Town, and a Higher Diploma in Auditing from Accounting Professional Training Ltd, and is a Chartered Accountant (SA). 

She was previously the CFO of the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS). 

She joins a number of other new appointments within DBSA, including Paul Currie as chief investment officer, Mohan Vivekanandan as group executive: client coverage, Mohale Rakgate as group executive: project preparation, Mpho Kubelo as chief risk officer, Zodwa Mbele as group executive: transacting, and Ernest Dietrich as group executive: treasury and balance sheet management.

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