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Gill Marcus

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Gill Marcus

Former Governor of the South African Reserve Bank


Born 10-08-1949 in Johannesburg South Africa

Gill Marcus was the Governor of the South African Reserve Bank until retiring in 2014. She was the first woman to hold this position. Marcus previously served as a Non-Executive Director of Gold Fields Limited and Chair of Absa Group Limited. She was once Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and holds a degree in Industrial Psychology.


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370 Church St, Pretoria, South Africa, 0002


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Current Position(s)

Professor | Policy, Leadership and Gender Studies | Gordon Institute of Business Science
2004 - present

Academia, Education and Training



Previous Position(s)



Chair | BARCLAYS AFRICA GRP LTD
South Africa | 2007 - 2009

Accounting, Banking and Finance


Deputy Governor | South African Reserve Bank
Pretoria | 1999 - 2004

Accounting, Banking and Finance



Member | Portfolio Committee On Finance | Parliament of South Africa
1994 - 1996

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Member of Parliament | African National Congress | National Assembly
1994 - 1998

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Chair | Joint Standing Committee on Finance | Parliament of South Africa
1994 - 1996

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Deputy Secretary | Information and Publicity | African National Congress
1991 - 1994

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Educational history

Secondary

Barnato Park High School for Girls, Johannesburg, South Africa

Tertiary

University of Stellenbosch

Awarded in 2012

Honorary Doctorate - Commerce

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African National Congress

National Executive Committee Member, 1991 - 1999

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