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WesBank, First Rand’s subsidiary and the country’s leading vehicle finance provider, recently announced changes at its top structure. Ghana Msibi, former Executive Head: Sales and Marketing, has been appointed Executive Head of Motor, reporting to WesBank CEO Chris de Kock. Soweto-born Msibi (36) joined WesBank in 2015 and has held various senior positions within the bank’s motor division. He personifies a new wave of management transformation that sees younger, more street-smart minds being brought forward to steer well-established conglomerates like WesBank into the future. Phuti Mpyane sat down with him for a tête-à-tête. Phuti Mpyane: Congratulations on your appointment. What exactly does it entail to be Head of Motor? Ghana Msibi: Thank you. WesBank is just like any other business. It has many functions and divisions. Information technology is one, sales and marketing another, human resources, risk, etc. In my old role I looked after the sales and marketing side. In that sphere...

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