Melt Hamman. Attacq CEO, to Step Down in April 2021

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Melt Hamman has announced his intention to resign from his role as the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) of Attacq, with effect from 30 April 2021.


He will also step down as a member of the board. 

Melt joined Attacq in the capacity of its Chief Financial Officer in June 2013, prior to the company listing on the JSE. He then served as the Interim CEO from December 2017 until June 2018, at which time his permanent appointment as CEO was confirmed. Melt has worked in a corporate environment for over 20 years and wishes to spend more time with his family.

The board would like to extend its sincere appreciation to Melt for his unwavering commitment and his invaluable contribution to the company and wishes him the very best of success in all of his future endeavours.

A structured process to identify and appoint a suitable successor prior to Melt’s departure is already underway. The board will announce a new appointment to the role once the process is completed. 


Last modified on Thursday, 26 November 2020 07:13

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