Michael Kransdorff appointed as ProfitShare Partners’ new CFO


Michael’s experience will bring strength to ProfitShare’s management team and strategy.

Fintech business ProfitShare Partners has announced the appointment of Michael Kransdorff as its new CFO.

Michael was one of the top CAs of his year and was awarded his master’s in tax from the University of Witwatersrand. He also completed a master’s degree specialising in economic development, international finance and political analysis from Harvard University.

Michael joins ProfitShare from Standard Bank South Africa, where he served as a senior manager in a specialist unit charged with sourcing the next billion rand business for the bank. He has also served as a senior lecturer in financial management at the University of Witwatersrand.

His international experience includes serving as an investment strategist at Cardano, UK, as well as a financial and risk analyst at Investec’s Johannesburg and London divisions.

ProfitShare Partners said in a statement that it prides itself on seeking out great talent to help the company scale its fintech business globally, and Michael’s vast experience, knowledge and qualifications bring further strength to the management team to ensure this vital strategy is met. “His business strategy and product development experience will open new pathways to innovation within ProfitShare, which always welcomes idea generators and customer-focused members to the team.”

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