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Three years ago I was privileged to stand alongside Daniel Mminele when the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (Absip) conferred on him a Lifetime Achiever award, and I was humbled to receive the CEO of the Decade award from the same esteemed association.

There was great excitement and anticipation, as he was preparing to retire from his lofty responsibility at the Reserve Bank, where he had spent more than two decades, part of which included two consecutive five-year terms as deputy governor, to assume the mantle as the first black CEO of Absa...

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