The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has appointed Martin Inkumbi as its new chief executive and principal officer.
This is effective from 15 January.
Inkumbi, who has over 26 years’ experience in various sectors, including banking, economic research, and corporate and developmental finance, previously led the Development Bank of Namibia for 10 years.
In a statement released on Friday, the GIPF board said the appointment follows a selection process, culminating in a unanimous decision to endorse Inkumbi for the position.
The regulatory process of notifying the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority is currently underway.
“I have accepted the job offer with gratitude and humility, and I am fully committed.
“I will always endeavour to perform and execute the task to my very best ability,” Inkumbi said in his letter of acceptance.
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