Anglo American’s CEO-designate will have to deliver on a “really aggressive agenda” to ensure the company can sustain its strong share price performance and overtake larger rivals Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton.

So says outgoing CEO Mark Cutifani, who will step down in April 2022 and be replaced by Duncan Wanblad, an Anglo insider with three decades of experience, including heading up its platinum and base metals operations, and most recently its strategy division...

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