Zurich CEO set to retire

29 November 2011 Michelle Schreuder-Rankin

Guy Munnoch announced that he was stepping down as CEO of Zurich UK to head up Zurich’s Southern African business, which includes South Africa, Botswana and Mauritius in 2009. 

The announcement, made this morning on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), said Munnoch is set to retire at the end of May 2012.

In a statement on the JSE today, Zurich said: “After more than 14 years of dedicated service to Zurich, Munnoch will retire from his current role in South Africa at the end of May 2012.”

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