Finbond Group: Corné Eksteen
Corné Eksteen has been the Chief Financial Officer of Finbond Group since 1 July 2016. He is also the In-Country Representative of CrossCountry Consulting.
Corné Eksteen qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2000 and Certified Public Accountant in 2005. He is the Executive Director of Finbond Group Ltd and Finbond Mutual Bank. Previously he was the CFO and COO of FNB Fiduciary and he is a former director of Analysis, Analytics and Controls at Fannie Mae. He has worked as a Manager at both KPMG and PwC after which he moved to SyApps where he was VP for Finance, Analysis, Analytics and Controls. He has a B.Com from the University of Pretoria.
Corne has experienced in IFRS financial reporting and throughout his career has gained valuable experience initiating and improving process and reporting through automation in a number of southern African and North American countries.
2016 – Present Chief Financial Officer, Finbond Group Ltd
2011 – Present In-Country Representative SA, CrossCountry Consulting
2015 – 2016 Group Financial Manager, Finbond Group Ltd
2011 – 2015 Chief Financial Officer, FNB Trust Service, FNB SA
2010 – 2010 Director, Analysis, Analytics and Control, Fannie Mae
2005 – 2010 Vice President Finance, Analysis, Analytics and Controls, SyApps
2003 – 2005 Manager, PwC
1998 – 2003 Manager, KPMG
1994 – 1997 B.Com, Accounting, University of Pretoria
About Finbond Group Ltd: Finbond Group Limited is a leading North-American and South African Financial Services institution that specialises in the design and delivery of unique value and solution-based savings, credit and insurance solutions tailored around depositor and borrower requirements rather than institutionalised policies and practices.
Finbond conducts its business through Finbond’s two divisions focussed on:
Micro Credit Products, which are offered to the under-banked and underserved market actively seeking credit solutions.
Investment and Savings products, that offer a superior above average rate of return, are offered nationally to investors and pensioners looking for guaranteed higher fixed income in the current environment of depressed yields.
Finbond reported a revenue of R1.553 billion in 2017 with 1 803 employees.