Sibanye-Stillwater: Charl Keyter

Charl Keyter has been the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director of Sibanye-Stillwater since January 2013.

Charl Keyter has more than 20 years’ mining experience, having begun his career at Sibanye-Stillwater (then Sibanye Gold Fields) in February 1995. He is a CIMA-qualified Chartered Management Accountant and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from UJ, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from NWU. He also serves on the audit committees of both the Chamber of Mines of South Africa and the World Gold Council. He has twice – 2016 and 2017 – been nominated as South Africa’s CFO of the Year. 

Work
2013 – Present    Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director, Sibanye-Stillwater
                                Non-Executive Director, Oil Recovery and Maintenance                                                  Services (Pty) Ltd
2012 – 2013         Director, Sibanye-Stillwater
2010 – 2013         Vice President, Sibanye-Stillwater
2010 – 2013         Group Head: International Finance, Sibanye-Stillwater
2006 – 2009         Head and Senior Manager: Finance, Sibanye-Stillwater
2005 – 2006         Unit Manager: Management Accounting, Corporate Office,                                          Sibanye-Stillwater
2005 – 2006         Acting Senior Manager: Finance, Venezuela operation,                                                  Sibanye-Stillwater
                                Management Accountant, Libanon Gold, Sibanye-Stillwater
                                Management Accountant, Kloof Gold Mines, Sibanye-Stillwater

Education
                                B.Com, Accounting, University of Johannesburg
                                MBA, North-West University
                                ACMA, CIMA

About Sibanye-Stillwater: Sibanye-Stillwater owns and operates a portfolio of high-quality operations and projects, which are grouped by region: the southern Africa region and the United States region. Globally, Sibanye-Stillwater is the third largest producer of palladium and platinum and features among the world’s top ten gold producing companies. 

They reported a revenue of R26 692.4 million in 2017.