Sasol Limited: Paul Victor
Paul Victor has been Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director of Sasol Limited since July 2016.
Paul Victor became Sasol Limited Chief Financial Officer on 1 July 2016. He was previously Senior Vice President: Financial Control Services at Sasol, and served as Acting CFO from 10 September 2013 to 28 February 2015. During this period he was instrumental in implementing the cost containment programme. He also provided thought leadership and proactively supported the GEC in implementing a cash conservation response plan in reaction to the significant drop in the crude oil price. Before this Paul was a Financial Manager of Sasol Synfuels for over 10 years. He has also worked for Harmony Gold and he did his articles at PwC. He is a Charted Accountant CA (SA).
For his work at Sasol Ltd, Paul has been nominated for CFO Awards 2019.
2016 – Present CFO and Executive Director, Sasol Ltd
2013 – 2016 Senior Vice President: Financial Control Services, Sasol Ltd
2013 – 2015 Acting CFO and Executive Director, Sasol Ltd
2012 – 2013 Executive Group Finance, Sasol Ltd
2000 – 2012 Financial Manager, Sasol Synfuels
1997 – 2000 Financial Manager, Harmony Gold
1994 – 1996 Trainee Accountant, PwC
1990 – 1995 CA(SA) Accounting, University of the Free State
About Sasol: Sasol is an international integrated chemicals and energy company that leverages technologies and the expertise of over 30 000 people working in 33 countries. The company develops and commercialises technologies, and builds and operates world-scale facilities to produce a range of high-value product streams, including liquid fuels, chemicals and low-carbon electricity.
Sasol was established in 1950 in South Africa and remains one of the country’s largest investors in capital projects, skills development and technological research and development. The company is listed on the JSE in South Africa and on the New York Stock Exchange in the United States.
As per Sasol’s Integrated 2017 Financial Report Sasol had a turnover of R172.41 billion and employed 30 900 people.