People: Consolidated Infrastructure Group Ltd (CILJ.J)

CILJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

2,937.00ZAc
21 Nov 2014
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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Frank Boner

68 2012 Independent Chairman of the Board

Raoul Gamsu

44 Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Ivor Klitzner

45 Executive Director - Finance and Strategy, Director

Bernard Berelowitz

62 2012 Chairman of Consolidated Power Projects, Executive Director

Kofi Bucknor

59 2012 Non-Executive Director

Alex Darko

60 2010 Non-Executive Independent Director

Anthony Dixon

67 2008 Non-Executive Independent Director

Robert Horton

42 2011 Non-Executive Independent Director

Judi Nwokedi

55 2012 Independent Non-Executive Director

Biographies

Name Description

Frank Boner

Mr. Frank Boner, CA(SA), is Independent Chairman of the Board of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. Frank joined Global Capital Proprietary Limited, a boutique investment banking and private equity firm, in 1998 and is today CEO and sits on the board of all investee companies. Prior to this he served as managing partner of the accounting firm now Horwath Leveton Boner. He was also formerly joint managing director of Reichmans Limited prior to its sale to Investec Bank, where he subsequently served as manager of the corporate asset-based finance division. Frank is also a non-executive director of Mazor Group Limited where he sits on certain board committees.

Raoul Gamsu

Mr. Raoul D. Gamsu, BAcc, CA(SA), is Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. He is the founder of the Group. In 1990 he qualified with a BAcc from the University of the Witwatersrand. Raoul worked from 1994 to 2007 in various corporate roles with Bidvest, Rebhold, Rebserve and Mvelaphanda culminating in his appointment as the chief operating officer at Rebserve and Mvelaphanda. In May 2007 he was responsible for the consortium which created and subsequently listed CIG.

Ivor Klitzner

Mr. Ivor M. Klitzner, BComm, CA(SA), is Executive Director - Finance and Strategy, Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. Ivor graduated from the University of Cape Town and completed his articles with Ernst & Young in 1993. He was fi nancial director at Hallmark Hemdon (Pty) Limited, before leaving them in 2000 to join M&IC Distributors (Pty) Limited, a subsidiary of Brandcorp Holdings Limited, as financial director. Ivor was instrumental in assisting with the listing of CIG in 2007.

Bernard Berelowitz

Mr. Bernard Hyman Berelowitz is Chairman of Consolidated Power Projects, Executive Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Ltd. Bernard’s career started in 1973 as a young engineer with Hubert Davies Construction (Pty) Limited (later Cullinan Holdings Limited) after receiving his National Diploma in Electrical Engineering. In 1981 he was a company appointed executive as well as Divisional Manager, Sub-stations. Bernard helped grow the sub-station division from R1 million per annum to an approximate R20 million per annum in the period before he left. Consolidated Power Projects (Pty) Limited (“Conco”) was founded in October 1986 with Bernard at its helm. Conco is a construction company specialising in turnkey projects involving design, supply, construction, testing and commissioning of high voltage sub-stations and power lines. in addition it has divisions in protection, automation and windfarms. Conco’s green legacy began with the building of the fi rst grid-connected wind farm in the Southern Hemisphere in Crookwell, Australia, and thereafter it was awarded the contract for the Darling wind farm in the Cape, South Africa. Conco has built a formidable reputation as an electrical infrastructure development company, driven by qualifi ed engineers, with an impressive footprint in South Africa and Africa. In the 25 years under Bernard’s leadership Conco has grown to a company employing 811 employees and achieved an impressive turnover of approximately R1,2 billion per annum.

Kofi Bucknor

Mr. Kofi Bucknor is Non-Executive Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. He currently serves on the boards of Newmont Mining Corporation, Chirano Gold Mines (Ghana), National Investment Bank (Ghana), and CNIA Assurances (Morocco). He is chairman of Ghana’s Investment Advisory Committee which advises on the management of part of the country’s oil revenues. He formerly served as a director of Ashanti Goldfields Corporation and Ecobank Transnational Corporation, and is a former chairman of the Ghana Stock Exchange. Kofi was previously the managing partner of private equity firm, Kingdom Zephyr Africa Management and continues in that role in the firm’s successor, Kingdom Africa Management.

Alex Darko

Mr. Alex Darko, FCCA MSc (MIS), is Non-Executive Independent Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. He is a seasoned business executive and management consultant with over 30 years’ experience in Europe, USA and Africa. He was the Group CIO at AngloGold Ashanti from 2005 to 2010 and CIO and financial controller of the Exploration & Group Projects divisions at Ashanti Goldfields before Ashanti’s merger with AngloGold. Prior to this, Alex worked for a number of organisations in the UK. This includes 14 years at Dun & Bradstreet Corporation (D&B), the in business information services. Positions held at D&B include divisional director of finance, European Head of Accounting Re-engineering and director of UK Shared Services (a function he pioneered in the Group).

Anthony Dixon

Mr. Anthony David Dixon, CA(SA), FinstD, is Non-Executive Independent Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. During a 29-year career with Coopers & Lybrand (Pricewaterhouse- Coopers), Tony Dixon became regional chairman – KwaZulu- Natal and a long-serving member of the firm’s National Executive and Governing Board. From 1995 to today Tony has held a number of executive and non- executive directorships on a number of listed and unlisted boards including one of South Africa’s short-term insurance companies – Guardian National Insurance Company before its merger with Santam. These directorships included the positions of managing director, financial director and chairman. He has considerable audit committee experience. Tony was the executive director of the Institute of Directors for the four years from 2004 to 2007. He is acknowledged as an in corporate governance and has been instrumental in establishing the Institute of Directors in South Africa as the recognised custodians of corporate governance in the country. For a number of years he provided the secretariat role to the King Committee of which he is currently a member. He has presented on corporate governance matters at numerous seminars. Tony is an independent non-executive director of Allied Technologies Ltd (Altech) and Santova Ltd.

Robert Horton

Mr. Robert Horton, CA(SA), is Non-Executive Independent Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. He has served as non-executive director of unlisted companies operating in the building supplies, consumer goods, distribution and technology sectors. He has acted in an executive capacity in a number of companies within these sectors throughout his 15-year track record as an African private equity professional. Rob worked in the oil and gas sector at Masefield in London where he was responsible for East African operations. In 1998 he moved back to South Africa and worked in corporate finance before joining a private equity firm providing development and buyout capital to small and medium sized enterprises. In 2010 he joined a pan-African private equity fund manager where he focused largely on West and North African opportunities. Since 2012 Rob has been investing funds into high growth opportunities on the African continent.

Judi Nwokedi

Ms. Judi Nwokedi is Independent Non-Executive Director of Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited. Judi has a distinguished career in business and community development. She served as MD of the SABC from 2001 to 2005. Judi has worked at Motorola Sub-Saharan Africa and AREVA. She is also the vice chair of the largest pan-African film market, Sithengi. She serves on the board of the University of Witwatersrand – Institute for the Advancement of Journalism, is chairperson of African Spirit Proprietary Limited and is chief operating officer at Tourvest.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Frank Boner

--

Raoul Gamsu

9,895,000

Ivor Klitzner

4,971,000

Bernard Berelowitz

2,975,000

Kofi Bucknor

--

Alex Darko

--

Anthony Dixon

--

Robert Horton

--

Judi Nwokedi

--
As Of 30 Aug 2013

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