Stefan de Bruin new Paratus Telecom CFO


Paratus Telecom, the largest privately owned pan-African telecoms operator, and which has a solid track record in the ICT sector, has appointed Stefan de Bruin as CFO for the Group.

De Bruin has expressed excitement at his new role. He was quoted in the media as saying:

"There is a significant demand for information and communication technology in Africa and therefore I believe that Paratus Telecom's track record in this sector together with its current exposure in Africa provides a solid foundation for its Africa strategy."

De Bruin will be responsible for growing the company's business in Africa and overseeing the financial affairs of the Group, which has a presence in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Angola. He will also focus on the financial evaluation of new telecom infrastructure projects in the continent, as well as formulate the funding methodology for these projects.

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