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Independent Non-Executive Chairman
Independent Non-Executive Director
Alternate Director to René Médori
BSc (Mathematics), (58)
Valli was appointed independent non-executive chairman of Anglo American Platinum in April 2013. He has been a director of the Company since 2008 and has served as deputy chairman and lead independent director of the Board since 2010. He is also chairman of Sun International Limited and on various other boards, including Sanlam, Sappi Imperial Holdings and the World Wildlife Fund (South Africa). Previously, he held the ministerial portfolios for Constitutional Development and Environmental Affairs and Tourism, and was chairperson of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development.
BEng (Mining) Hons, Pr Eng, (50)
Appointed a director and chief executive on 1 September 2012.
Chris was appointed chief executive of Anglo American Platinum Limited in September 2012. Immediately before this, he served on the board of Kumba Iron Ore Limited as the chief executive, from 1 July 2008. Chris was formerly the executive head of joint ventures for Anglo American Platinum Limited and continues to serve as a director of Anglo American South Africa Limited. Chris has over 19 years of mine management experience, during which time he was general manager of Anglo American Platinum Limited’s Amandelbult Platinum Mine and Bafokeng-Rasimone Platinum Mine.
CA (SA), (44)
Appointed as finance director in May 2015 .
Ian was appointed as finance director of Anglo American Platinum on 1 May 2015. He was previously Group Financial Controller of Anglo American plc, a position he held since November 2009. Prior to this Ian was Chief Financial Officer of Anglo American’s Coal Division and its Ferrous Metals & Industrial Division.
BCompt (Hons), BCom, MBL, (49)
Andile Sangqu was appointed as a non-executive director on 16 July 2015. Andile is currently the executive head of Anglo American South Africa as of 1 June 2015. He will work with the South Africa-based businesses to help deliver the Group’s strategy in the region, will provide leadership and co-ordination to the Group’s stakeholder relations initiatives in South Africa and will facilitate regional alignment with the Group’s central functions. Andile will serve as a director on the AASA Board and report to Norman Mbazima.
Andile was previously group executive of sustainability and risk at Impala Platinum and brings extensive commercial, mining and stakeholder relations experience from his former executive and board roles. Prior to his role at Impala Platinum, Andile was executive director for Glencore Xstrata South Africa, served on the Chamber of Mines’ National Development Plan Committee and held executive and non-executive roles at Kagiso Trust Investments. Andile currently serves as the vice president of the Chamber of Mines. His qualifications include, amongst others, a Bachelor of Accounting Science (Honours), a Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters of Business Leadership.
B.Com Dip Acc CA(SA), Masters in Accounting (Taxation), (43)
Appointed a director in July 2013.
Dhanasagree, a chartered accountant with a professional background in structured finance and debt capital markets, developed her career at Sanlam, after a brief tenure in financial planning and corporate taxation at SA Breweries and Deloitte & Touche respectively.
B.Com and CA(SA), (62)
Appointed a director in November 2012.
John was a senior partner in KPMG and retired from the practice in February 2013. His previous roles in KPMG include the head of audit, on the South African and African boards and executive committees, and chairman of KPMG’s International IT Audit. He is a non-executive director of Zurich Insurance Company SA Limited.
BEng (Mining), (57)
Mark Cutifani was appointed a non-executive director on 26 April 2013.
Mark was previously CEO of AngloGold Ashanti Limited, a position he held from 2007. Before joining AngloGold Ashanti, Mark was COO at Vale Inco where he was responsible for Vale’s global nickel business. Prior to this he held senior executive positions with the Normandy Group, Sons of Gwalia, Western Mining Corporation, Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines and CRA (Rio Tinto).
Mark has over 35 years’ experience of the mining industry across a wide range of geographies and commodities.
Mark is currently a member of the following institutions:
Kellogg Innovation Network (US) – International Advisory Committee SA Chamber of Mines – President – International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM)(president) – World Economic Forum (executive committee member and treasurer) – Mining & Metals Industry Programme (governor).
Mark has been the chief executive of Anglo American plc since 3 April 2013.
BSc (Engineering), (55)
Appointed a director in July 2013.
Nombulelo is an engineer by training and has spent the majority of her career to date in the telecommunications sector as, inter alia, chief executive officer of Telkom SA SOC Ltd from 2011 to 2013. She also served in strategy, marketing and corporate affairs roles at Nedbank. She also is an independent non-executive director at Old Mutual Emerging Markets (OMEM), Woolworths Holdings (WHL) and is Chairman of Eyethu Community Trust.
FCCA (UK), (60)
Nkateko is a chartered certified accountant and fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) UK. He was until June 2009 ABSA Group Limited executive director and Group chief operations officer and was involved with ABSA in various capacities over the past nine years.
BCom (Honours), CA(SA), MBA, (50)
Appointed an alternate director in May 2007.
Peter played a key role in the development of Group strategy and the key transactions associated with Anglo American’s evolution from diversified South African conglomerate to focused global miner, including the merger of Minorco, the listing of Anglo American in 1999 and the subsequent unwinding of crossholding with De Beers. He has held various finance roles and is currently group director: strategy and business development for Anglo American plc.
Doctorate in Economics, (57)
René is the finance director of Anglo American plc (AA plc) and chairman of the Investment Committee of AA plc’s board. He is a former finance director of BOC Group plc and previously was a non-executive director of Scottish and Southern Energy plc. He joined the board of Petrofac in January 2012. René is also a director of De Beers and DB Investments SA.
Appointed a director in July 2006.
Richard is a non-executive director and serves on the audit committees of Standard Bank Group Limited, Tiger Brands Limited and AECI Limited. Previously Richard was with Deloitte for 42 years until he retired in 2006 when he was the chief operating officer.
BEng(Mining), MBA (University of Melbourne), (58)
Appointed a director in October 2013.
Tony O’Neill was appointed as a non-executive director of the Company in October 2013. Tony is a recognised global business and technical expert in the mining industry. He has led the strategy development and delivery of significant turnarounds in large, complex and geographically diverse mining businesses; capitalising on his deep understanding of the resources sector, its inputs, and conditions for success.
His extensive career in mining, predominantly in the gold sector, has spanned almost 35 years, including his previous role as executive in charge of operations at Newcrest Mining and Western Mining Corporation. Before joining the Company he held the roles of executive director, joint acting CEO and executive vice president – Business and Technical Development at AngloGold Ashanti.
Currently Tony serves as group director technical at Anglo American plc and as non-executive director at Kumba Iron Ore Limited.
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