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2013-02-14 10:36

NEW APPOINTMENT: RMI boss Jeff Osbourne announces Jakki Olivier as new CEO.

During the past few months the RMI board has been trying to identify a CEO to take over from long-serving Jeff Osborne on July 1 2013.

Osborne is retiring.
 
Osborne said: “The process is now complete and we’re pleased to announce the appointment of Jakkie Olivier, currently RMI executive director to this position.”

THE RIGHT MAN
 
Osborne, who is retiring in July, said he had enjoyed a close working relationship with Olivier for 13 years and regarded him as eminently qualified. “I have no doubt he will build on the current RMI successes and take the organisation to even greater heights during his term of office."
 
The current CEO congratulated Olivier and wished him every success and promised the utmost support, respect and loyalty from the RMI team.
 
 


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