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Deloitte Africa has made two new appointments with strong backgrounds in environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, to its audit and assurance division.
Both the appointments are women — Jayne Mammatt and Jyoti Vallabh — who will join the firm as partners. Mammatt joins Deloitte from PwC, where she headed the SA sustainability and climate change practice and was the ESG Africa lead, while Vallabh joins from KPMG, where she led the sustainability services business unit. Deloitte said on Monday the appointments were part of efforts to help clients improve their ESG reporting, including the provision of assurance on sustainability reporting...
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