Curro Holdings appoints successor for CFO role


Burtie September will take up the CFO role in January 2023, when Cobus Loubser takes on the CEO role.

Curro Holdings has appointed its group financial manager, Burtie September, as the successor to CFO Cobus Loubser, who will step into the CEO role in January 2023.

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Burtie completed his articles at Deloitte in Cape Town before joining the firm’s office in Indianapolis in the US on a secondment. He worked at South African Breweries as a management accountant at one of its largest distribution centres in South Africa before he was employed as a senior accountant at Woolworths Financial Services for more than two years. He joined Curro in July 2016.

“The board welcomes September to the role of CFO and looks forward to his continued and valuable contributions to the company,” Curro said in a statement.

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