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Sun International appoints new CFO

Feb 18 2013 11:43 I-Net Bridge

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Johannesburg - Sun International [JSE:SUI] on Monday announced the appointment of Anthony Michael Leeming as the Chief Financial Officer and an executive director of Sun International with effect from 1 March.

This follows the departure of Robert Becker‚ who by way of mutual agreement with the company‚ will step down as CFO and executive director with effect from 28 February.

Becker will be leaving the group in order to pursue his career aspirations‚ having completed 8 years of service as CFO of Sun International‚ the company said.

Leeming has over 13 years' experience in the hotels‚ resorts and gaming industries having joined Sun International in 1999 as the Group Financial Manager.

He was appointed as a director of Sun International Management Limited on 1 July 2009‚ with responsibility for the group's corporate finance and debt funding and has been integrally involved in all aspects of the group's financial affairs.

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