Bytes Technology CFO announces retirement

Wednesday 15 September 2021 | 13:44 CET | News
South Africa's Bytes Technology Group said that its CFO Keith Richardson has informed the company of his intention to retire after having served nearly three decades with the company. Current COO Andrew Holden will take over as interim CFO with immediate effect. Richardson will continue on for a smooth handover and leave at the end of October.

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