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Fleming appointed chairman of People’s Micro Bank Limited

Sir Robin Fleming is now the new chairman of the Board of Directors of People’s Micro Bank Limited.

Minister for State Owned Enterprise William Duma made this announcement yesterday witnessed by Kumul Consolidated Holdings and PMBL Board members.

As one of the most prominent figures in Papua New Guinea’s financial sector, Sir Robin brings deep retail and corporate banking experience at the highest level and expertise to lead the bank in its ambitious growth strategy to become PNGs next “People’s Bank”.

As the former Group CEO for Bank South Pacific, Sir Robin was involved at the senior executive level in the development of strategy direction and operational planning for Bank South Pacific and was recently recognised for his outstanding work in the King’s Birthday Honours List.

He brings 45 years of banking industry and general business experience to People’s Micro Bank.

Subject to BPNG and FASU approval, Sir Robin’s appointment will bring 45 years of industry experience to People’s Micro Bank.

Speaking on the appointment, Mr Duma expressed his confidence in the appointment describing Sir Robin as an exceptional leader whose extensive knowledge and inspiring track record in the banking sector makes him the ideal candidate to lead People’s Micro Bank into the next exciting phase of its development.

“His dedication to fostering financial inclusion and socio-economic development aligns perfectly with the company’s mission and goals. We are thrilled to welcome him on board and are certain that his guidance will steer the company to even greater success,” Mr Duma said.

Sir Robin thanked the KCH board under the leadership of Mr Duma for having confidence in him.

“I look forward to working closely with the Board, management, and dedicated employees to further enhance the positive impact of People’s Micro Bank on our society,” Mr Fleming said.