Kuben Naidoo becomes Deputy Governor of SARB


President Zuma appoints new Deputy Governor of SARB, Kuben Naidoo

PRETORIA – President Jacob Zuma has appointed Mr Kuben Naidoo as a Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank for a period of five years with effect from 1 April 2015.

The position of Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank became vacant when former incumbent Mr Lesetja Kganyago was appointed as Governor of the Reserve Bank with effect from 9 November 2014.
Mr Naidoo is currently serving as an advisor to the Governor of the Reserve Bank and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee.
He has also performed work for the Development Bank of Southern Africa and has served as the acting head of the secretariat for the National Planning Commission.
Mr Naidoo has also worked at the National Treasury where his responsibilities included education finance, public sector personnel policy, intergovernmental fiscal relations, capital budgeting, budget reform and fiscal policy.
He spent two years at the Treasury of the United Kingdom where he worked on capital budgets and biannual spending reviews.
The Deputy Governor holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Management from Wits University as well as a Master of Business Administration from the University of Birmingham, in the UK.
“We wish the new Deputy Governor all the best in the execution of this critical responsibility in our country’s socio-economic dispensation,” said President Zuma.
- Office of The Presidency

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