Interwaste Holdings: Robert Lumb

Robert Lumb has been the Chief Financial Officer of Interwaste Holdings since 1 May 2017.

Robert Lumb has held the position of Chief Financial Officer at Interwaste since May 2017. He has over 20 years’ experience in the financial field. He was previously the Chief Financial Officer of Barloworld Logistics. Before working at Barloworld he was VP for Finance at Epicor Software and Special Projects Accountant at Capital One. He began his career as a Consultant at Deloitte and then moved to Pretoria Portland Cement Company as Financial Controller. He has a B.Com and post-grad in Accounting and Finance and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1993.

2017 – Present    Chief Financial Officer, Interwaste Holdings Ltd
2008 – 2017         Chief Financial Officer, Barloworld, Logistics
2005 – 2008         Financial Director, Barloworld, Motor Retail SA
2003 – 2005         Financial Director, Barloworld, Robor Tube
2000 – 2003         Vice President Finance, Epicor Software
1998 – 2000         Special Projects Accountant, Capital One
1997 – 1998         Business Planning and Analysis Manager, Diageo
1995 – 1997         Financial Controller, Pretoria Portland Cement Company
1991 – 1995         Senior Consultant, Corporate Finance, Audit Manager, Deloitte

1987 – 1991         B.Com, P.Dip, Accounting and Finance, Nelson Mandela                                                University

About Interwaste Holdings Ltd: Interwaste Holdings Ltd operates as a waste management company in South Africa, Mozambique and Swaziland. It operates through Logistics and Facilities Management divisions. The Logistics division offers waste logistic services, such as legal consulting, waste classification and laboratory, on-site waste management, waste recycling/commodity trading, and transportation services. The Facilities Management division owns and operates waste recycling, recovery, treatment, and disposal facilities. Interwaste Holdings Limited was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Germiston, South Africa.

Interwaste reported a revenue of R480.652 million in 2017.