A tough act to follow

Keenan, Ted
October 2000
Finance Week;10/27/2000, p37
Profiles Michael Pfaff, incoming chief executive officer at South Africa's Rand Merchant Bank Ltd. (RMB). Offshore ventures; Success in turning around Clinical Emergencies, an insolvent medical supplies and wheelchair manufacturing company; Investments of RMB in small and mid-size businesses.


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