Jo-Ann Pohl was appointed Group CFO of iOCO in April 2020. Prior to this she was Group CFO at Bowmans. Jo-Ann was also a CFO at Telesure Investment Holdings and UBank. She also worked at Barclays in the Africa and Middle East division as the Head of Finance. She has more than 20 years experience as a finance professional. Jo-Ann has held a number of directorships and consulting positions including chairperson at CAF Southern Africa and Non-Executive Director at Sanari Capital. She has a BCom. Honours from Rhodes University. Jo-Ann is a qualified Chartered Accountant (CA(SA) and ACCA), a Professional Banker of the Institute of Bankers in SA (PBSA) and a member of SAIBA and the IOD with a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Wales and completed an executive development programme with the University of Oxford - Said Business School.
2020 - Present Group CFO, iOCO
2008 - Present Chairperson, CAF Southern Africa
2017 - Present Non-Executive Director and Advisor, Sanari Capital
2020 - Present Vice Chair, ACCA SA
2017 - 2020 Group CFO, Bowmans
2017 - 2019 Non-Executive Director, MMI Lending
2018 - 2019 Chairperson Europe & Africa, Hansal International
2017 - 2018 Chairperson Africa, Hansal International
2017 - 2017 Consultant, Texton Property Fund
2015 - 2017 CFO, Telesure Investment Holdings
2015 - 2017 Non-Executive Director, Standard Chartered Bank
2007 - 2012 CFO, UBank
2005 - 2007 Head of Finance, Barclays Africa & Middle East
2005 - 2005 Finance Controller, Barclays Africa & Middle East
2003 - 2005 Performance Consultant, Barclays Africa & Middle East
1999 - 2003 National Training Manager, KPMG
1999 - 2001 Article Clerk, KPMG
2014 - 2014 Executive Development Course, SAID Business School
2008 - 2010 PGD in Business Administration, University of Wales
1995 - 1998 BCom. Hons. Accounting, Rhodes University
About iOCO: iOCO is an IT services management company founded in 1998. They are a part of EOH Holdings. They have offices in Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
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