With Neville Brink’s appointment as CEO of fishing group Oceana after PwC resigned as external auditor a week ago, and the termination of suspended CFO Hajra Karrim’s employment on Friday for gross misconduct after disciplinary proceedings, chair Mustaq Brey has moved to reassure investors.

“Neville Brink’s appointment is a significant step towards getting Oceana back on a steady and respectable course,” Brey said as he sought to reassure investors about the 104-year-old company.  ..

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