Tsogo Sun Group: Rob Huddy
Rob Huddy has been Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director since October 2011.
Robert Brian Huddy has been the Chief Financial Officer at Tsogo Sun Holding Limited since 30 September 2011 and its Executive Director since 31 October 2011. Rob served his articles at PwC and joined Tsogo Sun in 1997. He has over 20 years' experience in finance. He held various management positions prior to being appointed Financial Director for Hotels Offshore in 2006 and Financial Director for Hotels South Africa in 2009. He has been a Non-Executive Director of International Hotel Properties Limited since October 26, 2016. He is a qualified Chartered accountant CA (SA) and has a B.Com with Honours in Accounting.
2011 – Present Chief Financial Officer, Tsogo Sun Group
2009 – 2011 Financial Director, Southern Sun Hotels
2005 – 2008 Financial Director - Offshore, Southern Sun Hotels
2001 – 2005 Financial Manager - Hotels, Southern Sun Hotels
1998 – 2001 Corporate Financial Services Manager, Southern Sun Hotels
1997 – 1998 Group Financial Accountant, Southern Sun Hotels
1994 – 1997 Articled Clerk/ Assistant Manager, PwC
1994 – 1994 Honours Bachelor of Accounting Science, UNISA
1989 – 1993 Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), WITS
About Tsogo Sun: Tsogo Sun is Southern Africa’s premier gaming, hotel and entertainment group. Tsogo Sun’s operated, owned and managed portfolio proudly comprises 151 hotels with more than 24 500 hotel rooms across all sectors of the market, from luxury to budget with operations in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique, the United Arab Emirates, Seychelles and the United Kingdom; 14 premier gaming and entertainment destinations in six provinces of South Africa; theatres, cinemas, restaurants and bars; and over 320 operated conference and banqueting facilities, including the Sandton Convention Centre.
According to the financial integrated report for the year end 31 March 2017 there were 12 800 direct employees in South Africa and revenue improved 8% to R13.2 billion.