Alexander Forbes CFO Deon Viljoen named CFO of the Year 2015

By mahlokoane percy ngwato

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The second annual South African CFO of the year Awards kicked off on the 14th of May and saw a host of finance professionals from across the country receive awards for a range of high-calibre endeavours.

Alongside Dean Viljoen receiving the CFO of the Year Award, a number of equally prestigious accolades were presented, these included:

Public CFO of the Year 2015 - Anoj Singh (Transnet)

Young CFO of the Year 2015 - Brett Tromp (Discovery Health)

Finance Transformation Award 2015 - Bongani Nqwababa (formerly with Anglo American Platinum, now Sasol)

Strategy Execution Award 2015 - Anoj Singh (Transnet)

Finance & Technology Award 2015 - Colin Brown (Super Group)

Finance & Empowerent Award 2015 - Imraan Soomra (Oceana)

Moving into Africa Award 2015 - Greg Davis (Standard Bank)

Compliance & Governance Award 2015 - Cobus Grove (Digicore)

High Performance Team Award 2015 - Brett Tromp (Discovery Health)

The ceremony attracted dozens of top level executives from some of South Africa’s most successful and well-known companies, including G4S, Nedbank, SPAR, Nissan, and Barclays. 

For more about the other awards, past winners, and the work of CFO South Africa, visit either or for more information.


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