WG Wearne: Marius Bierman

Marius Bierman has been Chief Financial Officer of WG Wearne since 24 January 2017.

Marius Bierman has a B.Com Honours from the University of Johannesburg and he is a CA (SA). He also has an MBA from North West University. He completed his articles at PwC. He worked as Standard Bank as a Senior Manager before moving to DHL as Group Risk Manager. He also worked for GreenX Solutions, Transworld, Caxton CTP and Key Distributors. He was previously CFO at WG Wearne between 2011 and 2013 and was appointed to the position again in January 2017.

2017 – Present    Chief Financial Officer, WG Wearne
2015 – 2017         Entrepreneur, Inspiren (Pty) Ltd
2014– 2015          General Manager: Finance, Caxton CTP
2011 – 2013         Chief Financial Officer, WG Wearne
2009– 2011          Financial Director, Key Distributors
2009– 2009          Head: Supply Chain Solutions, GreenX Solutions
2007– 2009          Director, Transworld
2003– 2007          Group Risk Manager Africa, DHL Exel Supply Chain Africa
2003– 2007          Senior Manager – Internal Audit, Standard Bank South Africa

1996– 2000          MBA, NWU
1990– 1990          BCom  Hons Accounting, University of Johannesburg
1987– 1989          BCom  Accounting, University of Johannesburg

About WG Wearne: WG Wearne was started in 1910 as a construction concern by its founder William George Wearne. It was initially involved in the sand and stone business in the small town of Carletonville, near Johannesburg, while the ready-mix division was established in the early 1970s. Since then it has become known as The Wearne Group of Companies.
Historically the Group operated only in the northern areas of the country. Now however the group has operations not only in Gauteng and Limpopo, but also in KwaZulu-Natal. It has progressed from a small family business to a present-day JSE AltX-listed company operating in some of the major metropolitan areas. The Groups’s products and services include aggregates, ready-mix concrete and mobile crushing and screening services.
Revenue was R389 million for the year ended 28 February 2017. The group employs almost 500 employees.