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RisCura welcomes new Executive Director Isaac Ramputa

22 November 2019 RisCura
Isaac Ramputa, Executive Director of RisCura Solutions

Isaac Ramputa, Executive Director of RisCura Solutions

RisCura is pleased to announce the appointment of Isaac Ramputa as an executive director of RisCura Solutions (Pty) Ltd, the investment advisory subsidiary of RisCura in South Africa.

He brings with him a wealth of financial services industry experience, having served in executive roles at organisations such as the Financial Sector Transformation Council, Batseta – Council of Retirement Funds of South Africa, the Association of Savings and Investment in South Africa, Business Unity South Africa and Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority.

In addition to his directorship role, Isaac will contribute and advocate for the work RisCura is doing in the responsible and impact investment space, champion RisCura’s BEE manager and broker incubation programmes, currently being implemented for a number of its clients, and nurture and build relationships with current and prospective clients across the RisCura group.

“Isaac’s experience and dedication to industry transformation strongly resonates with the mission of RisCura – investing with care, and he will contribute to our pioneering role in the responsible and impact investment space,” says RisCura’s managing director in South Africa, Malcolm Fair. “We believe he will be a great asset to the RisCura group and more importantly, to our clients.”

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