GAIA Infrastructure Capital: Kuby Prudence Lebina
Prudence Lebina has been the Interim Financial Director of GAIA Infrastructure Capital since 9 February 2018.
Prudence was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of GAIA Infrastructure capital on 1 October 2016. Prior to this she was Head of Corporate Development and Investor Relations at Atlatsa Resources Corporation, having joined in mid-2014, where she was part of the Atlatsa executive committee. Prudence was previously an Investor Relations Manager and Corporate Finance Principal analyst at Exxaro Resources Limited. From January 2006 to June 2010, she was employed by Deutsche Bank SA Proprietary Limited in the Global Corporate Finance division. Prudence qualified as a Chartered Accountant in December 2005 after serving her articles at PwC. She holds a B.Com degree and a H.Diploma in accounting from the University of Witwatersrand. She also holds a certificate in business leadership from Columbia Business School in New York. She is a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, African Women Chartered Accountants and Business Women Association. Prudence is also a Student Sponsorship Programme volunteer where she mentors previously disadvantaged students in high schools.
2018 – Present Interim Financial Director, GAIA Infrastructure Capital Ltd
2016 – Present Chief Executive Officer, GAIA Infrastructure Capital Ltd
2014 – 2016 Investor Relations & Corporate Finance, Atlatsa Resources Corporation
2011 – 2014 Investor Relations Manager, Exxaro Resources
2010 – 2014 Corporate Financier, Exxaro Resources
2006 – 2010 Associate, Deutsche Bank
2008 – 2008 Business Leadership Certificate, Columbia University
1999 – 2002 B.Com, Accounting, WITS
About GAIA Infrastructure Capital: GAIA Infrastructure Capital is a leading infrastructure investment holding company of infrastructure assets in South Africa. GAIA Infrastructure Capital focuses on emerging South African infrastructure investment opportunities, specifically in the energy, transport and water and sanitation sectors.
GAIA reported a revenue of R53.685 million in 2017.