Glenn Fullerton nominated for CFO Awards 2019
Nampak's CFO Glenn Fullerton has been nominated for the CFO Awards 2019.
Glenn Fullerton has been nominated for his expertise as Nampak’s CFO.
The CFO Awards 2019, known as the ‘Oscars for South African finance professionals’, gives CFOs of listed companies, large corporations, state-owned entities and government institutions the opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for their exceptional performance and leadership.
Glenn Fullerton served as CEO of MB Technologies Limited (now Tarsus Technology Group) from July 2009 to October 2013, and CFO from 2000 to July 2009. He was employed in a group financial management role at Rembrandt's JSE-listed subsidiary, Hunt Leuchars and Hepburn Ltd. He served as Divisional Director of two large divisions at Kohler Limited, and as Divisional Financial Director of Malbak Group.
He joined the corporate finance team of Malbak Ltd in 1995, where he gained a wide range of experience, including feasibility studies, capital raising, due diligence procedures, acquisitions and disposals. He was involved in the unbundling of the JSE-listed R8.8 billion Malbak Group.
He has been a Director of Nampak Holdings (UK) Limited since 2 October 2015 and is currently the CFO and Executive Director of Nampak Ltd. He serves as a Non-Executive Director of Storage Technologies Services Pty Ltd, and served as a Director of MB Technologies Ltd. Glenn holds a B.Compt, B.Compt (Hons) and CTA, and also holds a CA (SA), obtained in 1993. When he is not in the office he likes a round of golf or burning off some energy on his bike.
Nampak is Africa’s leading diversified packaging manufacturer, and has been listed on the JSE Limited for 48 years. Nampak operates from 28 sites in South Africa, contributing approximately 46% to trading profit, 18 sites in the Rest of Africa, contributing 64% to trading profit, as well as eight sites in Europe, contributing -3% to trading profit. Outside of South Africa they operate in Kenya, Tanzania, UK & Ireland, Angola, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia and Swaziland.