Press Room

2018/09/17

WesBank announces its continued support of the Cars.co.za Consumer Awards

Posted in category: Thought Leadership

WesBank, South Africa’s leading vehicle and asset finance house, is proud to announce that it will be the title sponsor of the 2019 Cars.co.za Consumer Awards. This will be the third consecutive year that WesBank is sponsoring this prestigious awards programme, which has grown year on year in stature, reach and influence.

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2018/09/03

Dealers show resilience in tough new vehicle market

Posted in category: New Vehicle Sale Commentary

While new vehicle sales in August showed a decline of 2.5% year-on-year, the performance of the industry has remained relatively flat from a year-to-date perspective at -0.6% over the first eight months of 2018.

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Spokespeople profiles

WesBank - CEO
Chris de Kock

WesBank - CEO

Chris de Kock took over as CEO of WesBank on 01 October, 2013 after occupying the Head of Sales and Marketing role for five years. He joined WesBank in 1987 as a New Business clerk in the Motor division and spent time working in the Corporate, Marketing, Fleet and Insurance divisions. Chris has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from UNISA and completed the Advanced Executive Program at Harvard in 2005.

WesBank - CEO of Corporate
Gerald Burton

WesBank - CEO of Corporate

Gerald Burton was appointed CEO of the Corporate Division in September 2016 after filling the position of General Manager of Corporate Division since 2009. His role requires him to focus constantly on building and delivering Instalment Sales, Leasing, Rental and Fleet Management solutions for the South African corporate market. Gerald joined WesBank in 1991 in a sales role and has over the years, contributed extensively to both the Retail and Corporate divisions at the bank.

WesBank - CEO of Corporate
Ghana Msibi

WesBank - Executive Head of Motor Division

Ghana Msibi was appointed Executive Head of the Motor Division in February 2019, after spending time as the Executive Head of Sales and Marketing. He joined WesBank in 2015, and his solid experience in finance, insurance, governance, risk, and compliance has since been felt across the division.

Ghana started his career as an administrative clerk at an insurance company. He progressed to a Fund Accountant role, before bedding down that for a substantial stint at a Big Four rival company where he worked within Risk, Corporate and Business Banking, and Insurance.

Ghana holds a Masters in Business Administration degree from Milpark Business School, a National Diploma in Cost and Accounting Management, and a multitude of post-graduate certificates.

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