Daniel Mminele

Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank

Born 1965-3-28 in Phalaborwa, South Africa

Daniel Mminele is a Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank. He shares the position with Francois Groepe and Lesetja Kganyago. He has worked at the Reserve Bank in various positions since 1999.


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CURRENT POSITIONS

Deputy Governor | South African Reserve Bank

Accounting, Banking and Finance

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Executive General Manager | Markets | South African Reserve Bank

2005

Accounting, Banking and Finance

General Manager and Head | Financial Markets Department | South African Reserve Bank

2003 - 2005

Accounting, Banking and Finance

General Manager and Head | International Banking Department | South African Reserve Bank

2001 - 2003

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Deputy General Manager and Deputy Head | International Banking Department | South African Reserve Bank

2001 - 2001

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Assistant General Manager | Assistant to Senior Deputy Governor James Cross | South African Reserve Bank

1999 - 2001

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Deputy Divisional Head | Special Projects | African Merchant Bank Limited

1997 - 1999

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Customer Relations Manager | Corporate Banking | Commerzbank AG

1995 - 1997

Accounting, Banking and Finance

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

TERTIARY EDUCATION

Chartered Institute of Bankers

Awarded in 1994

Associate Certificate Passes

Sparkasse Paderborn & Ludwig-Erhard Commercial School

Awarded in 1987

German Banking Diploma

Wharton School of Business & Goldman Sachs

Awarded in 1987

Executive Leadership Programme

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