Appointment of Executive Officer of the Financial Services Board

03 April 2008 National Treasury

The Ministry of Finance is pleased to announce the appointment of Advocate Dube Tshidi  (pictured right) as Executive Officer of the Financial Services Board (FSB). Advocate Tshidi, presently serving as Deputy Executive Officer: Investment Institutions at the FSB, will be succeeding the current Executive Officer, Mr Rob JG Barrow once his term expires on 30 June 2008.

Adv Tshidi holds a Higher Diploma in Labour Law, as well as B.Juris, LLB and LLM degrees. He joined the FSB in 1994 as a junior analyst in the Retirement Funds division and has extensive exposure in working across various areas within the organisation. He served as Deputy  executive Officer in charge of Pensions for three years prior to his current post as Deputy Executive Officer in Investment Institutions, responsible for the capital markets, collective investment schemes and market abuse areas.

Adv Tshidi brings with him a wide knowledge of the work of the FSB as well as a sound appreciation of the challenges of the organisation going forward. He is held in high regard among industry players and other stakeholders. The Ministry of Finance looks forward to the leadership and energy he is expected to bring to his new post at the FSB.


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