Osman was appointed as the CEO of Motus on 1 March 2017. Osman was previously with Imperial Holdings Limited from September 2004 and appointed to the board in July 2007. During his tenure he has been the CEO and CFO of Imperial Holdings, CEO of the then Car Rental and Tourism division, and the chairperson of the Aftermarket Parts and the Automotive Retail divisions. He resigned from the Imperial Holdings board during November 2018. Osman is a member of the various Motus subsidiary boards, including the UK and Australia. Prior to joining the Group, Osman was a senior partner at Deloitte & Touche and spent 23 years in various roles, which included being a board and executive committee member.
Ockert joined Imperial Holdings Limited in January 2015, at which time he was appointed as CFO of Motus Corporation (previously a subsidiary of Imperial Holdings). In addition, Ockert was the acting CEO of Motus for the six-month period ended 31 December 2018 during the unbundling and listing of Motus. Prior to joining Motus, he was the Chief Financial Officer of Foodcorp Holdings Limited, a multinational food manufacturer and a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. Ockert is a member of various Motus subsidiary and divisional boards, including the UK and Australia, a trustee of the Group medical aid fund and retirement funds.
Kerry was appointed to the Motus board as an executive director from 1 July 2019. Kerry is the CEO of the Motor-Related Financial Services business segment. Prior to joining Motus in 2002, Kerry was an audit manager at Deloitte & Touche. Kerry has held multiple senior positions within the Group over the course of her career. She was appointed as managing director of LiquidCapital Proprietary Limited in April 2010, appointed to the board of Motus Corporation Proprietary Limited in July 2010.
Berenice was appointed as Motus’ Corporate Affairs Executive in November 2018. Prior to this, she was the Group Commercial Executive for Imperial Holdings Limited, the Chief Risk Officer for the State IT Agency, Head of Enterprise Risk and Acting Head of Internal Audit for the City of Johannesburg. She has also held nonexecutive positions in National Treasury, the Department of Communications and their related SOEs. She is the representative director on Ukhamba Holdings and an independent non-executive director of Altron Limited.
Michelle was appointed as the Chief People Officer of Motus effective 1 July 2017. She joined Imperial Holdings Limited as human resources director for the Imperial Vehicle Retail, Rental and Aftermarket Parts division in August 2016. Her career began in Eskom after obtaining her BSocSci from the University of Cape Town. She has held strategic senior management and executive positions in human resources, both locally and internationally, at several organisations, including Eskom, Productivity SA, ArcelorMittal and General Electric.
Niall Lynch took over as CEO of Hyundai Automotive South Africa in 2016. He was previously the Managing Director of Renault South Africa Proprietary Limited prior to which he held several franchise director positions within the Retail and Rental segment.
Gary is the CEO of Kia Motors South Africa Proprietary Limited. He joined Kia Motors from Deloitte & Touche in 2002, where he qualified as a chartered accountant. His 17 years’ automotive experience includes stints in finance, group projects and parts. He was appointed sales director at Kia Motors in 2013 until his appointment as CEO in 2017.
Jaco was appointed as CEO of Renault South Africa effective 1 July 2017. Prior to joining Imperial Holdings Limited in 2001 Jaco was an audit manager at Deloitte & Touche. He joined the Group in the role of General Manager of the Motor-Related Financial Services segment and held the position of Managing Director of Daihatsu South Africa Proprietary Limited and then managing director of Mitsubishi South Africa Proprietary Limited before his current role.
Corne is the CEO of the Retail and Rental division for South Africa, since his appointment on 1 March 2019. Prior to this, Corne was the CEO of the car rental business within Motus. He joined Imperial Holdings Limited in 2005 as Financial Director of Premier Motor Holdings. Corne has held the position of Managing Director of Premier Motor Holdings, Porter Motor Group and Imperial Commercials. Corne was a former trustee of the Imperial Pension and Provident Fund.
Malcolm is the CEO of the Aftermarket Parts division. He began his career at Telkom having completed a BSc (Electrical Engineering) at the University of the Witwatersrand. He then entered the private sector with BMI, an industrial market research company after completing his MBA, from Wits. In 1989 he started his own marketing and consulting company which specialised in the automotive and engineering sectors. Malcolm joined Imperial Holdings Limited in 2013 as the managing director of Parts Incorporated, a division of Aftermarket Solutions.