Rikus Grobler | Oct 18, 2017 | 0
NSX appoints new CEO
Chairman Sebby Kankondi announced Thursday that the NSX Board has appointed Tiaan Bazuin as Chief Executive Officer with effect from 1 January 2013.
Bazuin, who joined the NSX in 2011 as Listings Manager, was identified as successor to John Mandy, who has reached the NSX retirement age.
He holds a B.Comm (Economics) and LLB (Law) from the University of North West and was admitted as a legal practitioner in the High Court of Namibia in 2006. He has broad experience in regulatory compliance, finance and business development having previously worked as Corporate Banker, Company Secretary and Chief Legal Officer.
Bazuin expressed appreciation to the Board for the responsibility they have entrusted him with and to John Mandy under whose tutelage he has been working at the NSX.
Commenting on the future of the NSX, Bazuin said: “The exchange is at a cross roads with high expectations from Government in terms of the Financial Sector Strategy. My goal is to continue the good work the NSX has been doing in maintaining a world class regulatory regime and to deepen the capital markets through various new products and services we have been developing with the cooperation of our regulator (NAMFISA) and other market participants.”