Atterbury Property Holdings appoints DC Kemp as Chief Financial Officer

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Atterbury Property Holdings has appointed DC Kemp as its CFO effective from 1 July 2020.

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Atterbury is a leading real estate development, investment and management company with a 25-year-plus track record. From its South African roots, Atterbury has also branched out across Africa and into Europe.

DC’s qualifications, career experience and in-depth knowledge of Atterbury position him ideally for the significant role of CFO of Atterbury Property Holdings, which is the operational holding company of Atterbury Group. Development, corporate services, leasing and asset management are among the operational divisions that make up Atterbury’s property holding business.

As a CA (SA), DC completed his articles at Deloitte after which he went on to work for Deloitte Risk Advisory and then Deloitte Consulting. In 2016, he moved into the property industry and joined AttAfrica, the specialised fund set up by Atterbury to develop and own various shopping centres across Africa, beyond South Africa. Then, in 2019, DC took up the CFO role at AttX, the new property management joint venture between Atterbury and Excellerate.

Commenting on the appointment, Armond Boshoff, CEO of Atterbury South Africa, says: “DC has an all-round view and a good understanding of Atterbury, its strategies and its financial management model. He is skilled and committed to driving our financial disciplines forward at the highest international standards. DC’s appointment places Atterbury and our executive team in an even stronger position to perform for our stakeholders and compete effectively in our uniquely demanding market.”

Adriaan van Rooyen, Atterbury’s current CFO, will also take up a new position in the company, and will be responsible for the group reporting function within the Atterbury structure. “Adriaan brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of Atterbury’s financial structure and this focus shift will certainly improve our reporting efficiency going forward. I want to congratulate both DC and Adriaan on their appointments and look forward to their inputs into Atterbury,” says Armond.

 

Last modified on Monday, 22 June 2020 16:16

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