Gill Marcus

Former Governor of the South African Reserve Bank

Born 1949-8-10 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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CURRENT POSITIONS

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

2004 - present

Academia, Education and Training

Chairperson | Rhodes Scholarship Fund

2004 - present

Social Development and Community Services

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Governor | South African Reserve Bank

2009 - 2014

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Chair | BARCLAYS AFRICA GROUP LTD

2007 - 2009

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Non-Executive Director | GOLD FIELDS LTD

2007

Mining, Energy and Natural Resources

Deputy Governor | South African Reserve Bank

1999 - 2004

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Deputy Minister | Finance | Government of South Africa

1996 - 1999

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Deputy Chair | National Audit Committee

1994 - 1996

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

Chair | Financial Services Board

1991 - 1994

Accounting, Banking and Finance

Chair | Standing Committee for Revision of Banks Act

1991 - 1994

Accounting, Banking and Finance

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

SECONDARY EDUCATION

Barnato Park High School for Girls, Johannesburg, South Africa

TERTIARY EDUCATION

University of Stellenbosch

Awarded in 2012

Honorary Doctorate - Commerce

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