Rectron: Christiaan Engelbrecht

Christiaan Engelbrecht has been the Financial Director of Rectron South Africa since 16 April 2018.

Christiaan Engelbrecht was appointed FD of Rectron South Africa in April 2016. He is skilled in Enterprise Risk Management, Risk Management, Consolidation, External Audit and Managerial Finance. Christiaan worked at Deloitte both in South Africa and in the UK as a Senior Manager. He was Executive Head: OTC at Vodacom and the CFO of Ster-Kinekor. He has a B.Com Honours in Accounting Sciences, Cum Laude focused in Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Tax and Auditing. He received the Vodacom CEO Award for Best Team. He is a CA (SA).

Work
2018 – Present    Finance Director, Rectron South Africa
2016 – 2018         Chief Financial Officer, Ster-Kinekor Theatres 
2016 – 2016         Executive Head: Finance Business Partnering, Vodacom
2014 – 2016         Executive Head: OTC, A&R, Vodacom
2013 – 2014         Senior Manager, Deloitte UK
2008 – 2013         Senior Manager: Audit, Deloitte
2006 – 2007         Manager, Deloitte

Education
2004 – 2006         CA (SA), SAICA
2000 – 2004         B.Com Hons, Accounting Sciences – Cum Laude,                                                          University of Pretoria
1995 – 1999         Matric, Hoërskool Pretoria Noord

About Rectron South Africa: Rectron is an ICT company offering software, networking, data centre solutions, surveillance, data storage and cloud computing. Their services comprise sales, distribution, technical support, assembly, repairs and financing for resellers, retailers, ISPs and end-customers.

Rectron is based in South Africa, with a broad national footprint and the ability to service resellers and retailers across southern Africa. They have branches in all major South African cities, including Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Bloemfontein and Port Elizabeth. There operations extend into Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia.

Rectron is part of the Mustek group, the largest assembler of personal computers in South Africa.