Standard Bank bids goodbye to chairman Thulani Gcabashe


Thulani Gcabashe will be retiring as Standard Bank’s chairman after 19 years of service.

Standard Bank has announced that its chairman Thulani Sikhulu Gcabashe will be retiring after being with the company for 19 years.

Thulani joined the bank in 2003 as a director and was appointed chairman of the company’s boards in May 2015.

The Standard Bank board expressed their appreciation to Thulani for his “exemplary leadership and stewardship” in a statement and wished him success in his future.

Additionally, the bank said that it has started the process to appoint his successor.

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