Coface appoints new directors

01 September 2008 Coface

International credit insurer Coface South Africa has appointed two new directors to its board.

Jacqui Jooste (pictured 1)  heads the company’s local and international information, trade debtors and collections divisions and Julie Solipa (pictured 2), financial director, is responsible for Coface South Africa’s trade solutions financial management.

Coface CEO Garth de Klerk said the appointments confirm the Coface international board’s faith in its local management. “Coface is creating a management structure for the expansion of its services into Africa,” he said.

“In addition to international credit insurance, Coface South Africa has now launched an information service and receivables management division,” he said.

“The divisions address the need for accurate company information required by exporters, assisting them in making accurate export decisions.”

“With the growing worldwide economic crisis, the receivable division will assist companies in collecting overdue accounts both locally and overseas.”

Coface is able to provide information on over 50-million companies globally and do collections in over 150 countries worldwide,” he said.

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