Attacq: Melt Hamman

Melt Hamman has been Chief Financial Officer since July 2013 until 18 July 2018.

Melt Hamman graduated with a B.Com honours degree from the University of South Africa. Prior to joining the Group in July 2013, Melt was the Chief Risk Officer at WesBank, a division of FirstRand, and served on the WesBank Exco. He has served as Credit Risk Manager at both BoE Bank Limited and Nedbank Limited and was a Director at Loubser du Plessis Consulting Proprietary Limited. Subsequently, he was the Head of Credit for FNB Corporate Property Finance Division and Financial Director of Eagle Ink Systems Proprietary Limited. Melt has extensive experience in banking and business operations and is currently a Non-Executive Member at FirstRand’s Debt Restructuring Committee for their commercial customers. He served as the CFO of Attacq since 2013 and was appointed as interim CEO in 2017. In 2018, his appointment as CEO was made permanent. 

2018 - Present     CEO, Attacq
2017 – 2018         Interim CEO, Attacq
2013 – 2018         CFO, Attaq            
2010 – 2013         Chief Risk Officer, Wesbank
2007 – 2010         Corporate Credit Team Leader, RMB
2005 – 2007         Financial Director, Eagle Ink Systems Proprietary Limited
2003 – 2005         Head of Credit, FNB Corporate Property Finance Division
2002 -2003           Director, Loubser du Plessis Consulting Proprietary Limited
1999 – 2003         Credit Risk Manager, BoE Bank Limited and Nedbank Limited

1993 – 1994         B.Com (Honours), University of South Africa (UNISA)
1989 – 1992         B.Com (Management Accounting), University of Stellenbosch 

About Attacq: Attacq is a property company focusing on real estate investments and developments. The company has four key drivers: a South African property portfolio valued at R18.1 billion, Investment in MAS developments of R2.7 billion, the Waterfall development valued at R3.8 billion and other retail investments in Africa valued at R1.2 billion. The company reported 114 employees and gross revenue of R2.1 billion.