Chairman of S.Africa's HCI steps down

by Reuters 2 views0

The executive chairman of South Africa's Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI) Marcel Golding has resigned.

This is according to an e-mail he sent to staff on Monday, citing an “intolerable” relationship with the board of the investment firm.

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“The relationship of confidence and trust between myself and the board of HCI has broken down due to the manner in which the [DATA HCI:HCI] board has conducted itself,” Marcel Golding said in the e-mail seen by Reuters.

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