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HF Group MD Frank Ireri to exit company in March 2019

HF Group Managing Director Frank Ireri has said he will not to renew his current 4-year contract, which ends in March 2019/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 25 – HF Group Managing Director Frank Ireri is set to leave the group in March next year, after he opted not to renew his contract.

In a letter sent to the Capital Markets Authority (CMA), HF Group Board Chairman Steve Mainda states that the Ireri notified the board of his intention not to renew his current 4 – year contract, which ends in March 2019.

“As a Board, we respect our GMD’s decision and willingness to serve out his current contract. The Group Managing Director will continue playing his day-to-day role even as we kick-start a recruitment process and will eventually initiate a smooth transition upon identification of a suitable successor,” the letter states in part.

Mainda says the Board’s Nomination and Governance Committee assisted by Ireri will spearhead the search for a new Group Managing Director.

“We are confident that due to his early notification there is adequate time to identify a substantive replacement and facilitate a flawless transition,” he said.

HF reported an 86.07 percent slide in profits to hit Sh126.22 million after-tax profit for the year ended December, from the previous Sh905.83 million attributable to

The 2016 profit was a 24.32 percent drop for the listed firm.

The decline in 2017 is attributable to Sh957.75 million decline in net interest income to Sh2.98 billion as total operating costs rose nearly a fifth to Sh3.99 billion.

The group has been struggling to grow its loan book owing to increased provisions against bad debt since 2015 when profit rose 22.72 percent to Sh1.2 billion.

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