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New appointments for PPS Holdings Trust Board and PPS Insurance Company Limited

28 June 2012 PPS Holdings Trust Board and PPS Insurance Company Limited
Dr David Anderson - Chairman of PPS Insurance Company Board

Dr David Anderson - Chairman of PPS Insurance Company Board

Dr S Seoka - Deputy Chairman PPS Holding Trust Board

Dr S Seoka - Deputy Chairman PPS Holding Trust Board

Mr EA Moolla - Chairman PPS Holdings Trust Board

Mr EA Moolla - Chairman PPS Holdings Trust Board

PPS, the specialist financial services provider to graduate professionals, has announced a number of appointments to the PPS Holdings Trust Board and the PPS Insurance Company Limited Board.

Mr Ebrahim Moolla has been appointed the new Chairman of the PPS Holdings Trust Board. Mr Moolla, who first joined the Board on 11 March 2002 and was appointed as the Deputy Chairman of the Board on 23 June 2004, is an Attorney and Senior Partner of EB Moolla and Singh.

Dr Sybil Seoka has been appointed the new Deputy Chairman for the PPS Holdings Trust. Dr Seoka first joined the board on 15 August 2005 and holds a Ph.D in Pharmacy, and is currently the Managing Director of Ample Resources (Pty) Limited.

Dr David Presbury, who has served as Chairman with distinction from 23 June 2004 to 11 June 2012, has stepped down as Chairman of the Trust, but remains on the Board as a trustee.

PPS Insurance Company Limited also announced the re-election of Dr David Anderson as Chairman of the Board. Dr Anderson is a Specialist in Oral Medicine and Periodontics and was first elected as Chairman on 22 July 2002.

Mike Jackson, Chief Executive Officer of PPS says the company is extremely pleased that such highly knowledgeable and experienced professionals have been elected to such vital roles on the PPS Boards. “PPS prides itself on high levels of continuity and sustainability. By appointing professionals who have already played valuable roles within the Society and contributed to creating a sound and successful PPS, we are confident that these appointments create a solid foundation for the success of PPS in the future.”

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