Mark Taylor will soon step down from the board of Reunert, where he serves as an executive director, ahead of his planned emigration from South Africa next year.
Taylor, who is CEO of Reunert subsidiary Nashua, plans to emigrate in the “latter part of the 2020 calendar year”, the technology group said in a statement to shareholders after markets closed on Monday.
Though he will step down from the Reunert board on 1 October, he will serve an extended notice period. His employment relationship will continue into 2020, the group said in the statement.
Taylor has a longstanding relationship with Reunert, having joined the group in 2003 as CEO of Nashua Mobile. He held that role for five years before joining Vodacom as managing executive of terminals and online & financial services between 2008 and 2012.
He then returned to Reunert, again as CEO of Nashua Mobile, before being appointed as CEO of Nashua and an executive director on Reunert’s board in November 2013.
Taylor started his career at Nedbank. — © 2019 NewsCentral Media