Jowayne van Wyk
Jowayne van Wyk has been the chief financial officer of AEEI since 1 August 2020.
Prior to the appointment of CFO, Jowayne served as a non-executive director of African Equity Empowerment Investments (AEEI) and chairman of its audit and risk committee.
Jowayne is a qualified CA(SA) and holds a SAICA Independent Reviewer Certificate. He has concluded his tenure as the financial director for Van Wyk Chartered Accountants and the financial controller for Guala Closures South Africa in 2020.
He served in various financial accountant role for Clicks Group, Lewis Group and PnP Corporate after completing his articles at PwC.
2020 – Present Chief Financial Officer, AEEI
2019 – 2020 Independent Non-Executive Director & Audit Risk Chairman, AEEI
2016 – 2020 Financial Manager & Country Financial Controller, Guala Closures South Africa
2013 – 2020 Founder & Director, Van Wyk Chartered Accountants
2015 – 2016 Group Accountant, Clicks Group
2013 – 2015 Financial Accountant, Lewis Group
2013 – 2013 Corporate Finance & Project Accountant, PnP Corporate
2010 – 2012 Trainee Chartered Accountant, PwC
2005 – 2009 B.Acc, Honours, Stellenbosch University
About AEEI: AEEI is a black-owned and black-controlled investment holding company situated in Southern Africa.
Job title: CFO
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