The JSE’s new CEO, Leila Fourie, says her deep emotional connection to the country of her birth was what persuaded her to return to SA to lead the 132-year-old institution after a three-year stint in Australia.   

Fourie was appointed to lead Africa’s largest stock exchange as only its second female CEO when she succeeded Nicky Newton-King at the beginning of October...

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