Philip Dieperink: Steinhoff International Holdings
Philip Dieperink has been acting Chief Financial Officer since 4 January 2018.
Philip Dieperink has been Acting Chief Financial Officer at Steinhoff International Holdings NV since January 2018. Philip serves as the Chief Financial Officer of United Kingdom at Steinhoff International Holdings Ltd. He has been the Financial Director of Unitrans Holdings (Pty) Limited since October 1997. Philip joined Deloitte in 1980 and transferred to the Tax Division, specialising in corporate and international tax planning. He served as a Tax Partner in 1987. He also served as a Senior Tax Partner and was responsible for the tax services provided to a number of its major clients. He left Deloitte in 1996 to join M&R as International Financial Manager and Group Tax Advisor. He has been a Director at Steinhoff Asia Pacific Holdings Pty Limited since 3 February 2015. He holds a B.Com honours from the University of Pretoria and he is a CA(SA).
2018 – Present Acting CFO, Steinhoff International Holdings Ltd NV
1997 – Present CFO, Steinhoff International Holdings Ltd, United Kingdom
1997 – Present Director, Steinhoff Asia Pacific Holdings (Pty) Ltd
1996 – 1997 International Financial Manager, Group Tax Adviser, Murray & Roberts
1980– 1996 Various positions, Deloitte
H. Dip Tax
B.Com (Hons), University of Pretoria,
About Steinhoff International Holdings: Steinhoff International Holdings Limited was listed in 1998 on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and forms part of the JSE Top 40 index, the JSE Industrial 25 index and is included on the JSE Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Index. Steinhoff International is an integrated diversified group that manufactures, sources, warehouses, distributes and retails furniture and household goods in Europe and the Pacific Rim and comprises a diversified industrial business in southern Africa with the manufacturing and sourcing of timber products and other raw materials, logistics services and building supplies and automotive retail. These operations are underpinned and supported by a centralised group services team and a corporate responsibility structure.
Over 20 years Steinhoff has become the third largest furniture and home goods retailer in the world. It was founded in Germany by Bruno Steinhoff who introduced the business to South Africa in 1997. Steinhoff International listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in 1998. It listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in 2015.
Steinhoff has become a global group with 130 000 employees in approximately 12 000 retail outlets in 30 countries.