"Safety and security within the cash in transit and banking environments," said Grant Dunnington, Group CEO of SBV Services, will be one of the topics under discussion at a breakaway session on safety and security sponsored by SBV Services, at the Second Annual Vision2030 Summit in June.
Topco Media will be hosting the Vision2030 Summit on 8 and 9 June, at the Emperors Palace in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.
In June 2015 Topco Media hosted the successful inaugural Vision 2030 Summit, with the continued support of Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe, who has been involved in this initiative for two consecutive years and who will be opening the summit as the official keynote speaker.
“The aim of the Vision 2030 Summit is to provide a platform for members of the Presidency, key government dignitaries and private sector leaders, to share insights, engage and discuss the vision for the National Development Plan. It highlights key aspects around Vision 2030 and how key organisations and individuals can contribute to make it a reality,” said Ryland Fisher, Topco Media Editorial Director.
The moderator for this session is Grant Dunnington, Group CEO, SBV Services. The panellists are: Nkosinathi Theledi, Secretary General, Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (Popcru); Joanne Yawitch, CEO, National Business Initiative; and Kalyani Pillay, CEO, South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC).
“SBV Services is proud to sponsor the Safety and Security breakaway session. Kalyani Pillay will be sharing key insights on safety and security within the cash in transit and banking environments as well as the banking and security sectors’ contribution to the National Development Plan,” said Dunnington.
“Delegates can also look forward to an interesting discussion with Joanne on public and private sector partnerships in infrastructure development to stimulate economic growth,” he said.
“As a key role player in the cash services sector and a partner to the cash industry, SBV Services is committed to being a part of the transformation and socio-economic development solution in South Africa. Our strategy is therefore to create long-term value for all our stakeholders through sustainable business practices that empower people, create jobs and contribute to economic growth,” he said.
“Furthermore, safety and security is a critical component to our business environment that requires ongoing collaboration and engagement with the private sector, the public sector and our key partners in the cash industry,” he said.
“As SBV Services celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, we are confident that we will continue to add value to the transformation and development of South Africa in the future,” said Grant.
Anyone interested in developing new thinking on topics related to how the safety and security services sector plays a role within the NDP is encouraged to attend this breakaway session.
To book your attendance at the Vision2030 Summit, please contact or call 086 000 9590.
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