Board Profiles

Aon South Africa Board Profiles

Terence Williams – Chief Executive Officer: South Africa
Terence Williams
Chief Executive Officer: South Africa

Terence is responsible for all Aon operations in South Africa. Before his appointment as CEO Aon South Africa, he was the Chief Broking Officer for Aon. He joined Aon in June 2001 as a Broking Director in Aon United Kingdom, and in August 2011 he became Head of Casualty Aon Global. In March 2013 he returned to South Africa to work for Aon in his country of birth. Terence obtained his Bachelor of Commerce in 2000 from the University of Pretoria.

Ernst van Rensburg – Finance Director: Aon South Africa & Regional Controller: Sub Sahara Africa
Ernst van Rensburg
Finance Director: Aon South Africa & Regional Controller: Sub Sahara Africa

Ernst is a qualified Chartered Accountant and a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants. He also holds a BCom Honours Accounting qualification, has completed the level 1 qualifying examinations with the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute and has completed certificates in auditing and accounting theory. In 2010, he was appointed as the Group Financial Manager and in September 2014, he was appointed to the Board of Aon South Africa (Pty) Ltd and became Regional Controller of Aon’s operations in Sub Sahara Africa as well as Financial Director of Aon South Africa, positions he currently still holds. Before joining the Aon Group, he was at ABSA Bank where he started as a Corporate Performance Analyst in the Group Finance division and later became Financial Manager for the ABSA Corporate and Business Bank Real Estate division. Ernst’s other experience include various financial roles within Barloworld Equipment as well as Deloitte where he obtained his CA qualification.

Leo Morwe – Chief Human Resources Officer: Sub Sahara Africa & South Africa
Leo Morwe
Chief Human Resources Officer: Sub Sahara Africa & South Africa

Leo started his career at Medi Clinic Group in 2001 and joined Glenrand MIB Limited in October 2004 as an HR Manager progressing to the position of General Manager: HR. He was appointed as the Executive Head of HR when Aon acquired Glenrand MIB Limited in 2011.He was later promoted to the position of Chief Human Resources Officer-Sub Sahara Africa Region and Aon shareholder representative in all Aon SSA operations. He is currently the Aon SSA Regional Executive and Chairman of Aon Botswana and is also a director and Board member of Aon South Africa and Aon Re Africa. He is also a non-executive director of the insurance institute of South Africa. Leo has a B Tech Degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Johannesburg; a Management Advancement Programme (MAP) from Wits Business School and a National Diploma in Human Resources Management from Tshwane University of Technology He has also completed Financial Services board: First Level Regulatory Examinations: FSP`s (sole proprietors) & Key individuals and First Level Regulatory Examination Representatives.

Dr Nomonde Moloele (neé Mabuya) | Non-executive Director
Dr Nomonde Moloele (neé Mabuya)
Non-executive Director

Dr Nomonde serves as a Non-Executive Director and Chairman on a number of boards and has many years of experience in the field of medicine, working extensively as a consultant in health and safety. She is currently the Chairman of the HR and BEE committees of Thebe Investment Corporation. She holds a Medical degree, an Honours degree in Aerospace Medicine and a post-graduate diploma in Occupational Medicine. She also holds an MBA (cum laude), specialising in Strategic Marketing. Nomonde started her medical career in 1991 at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital. In 1993 she went into private practice as a GP in Randfontein. In 2000 Dr Mabuya became an Occupational Health and Safety Consultant for a number of large corporations and unlisted companies, including Vodacom, Deloittes, Standard Bank of SA, Telkom and the South African Reserve Bank.

Vusi Mahlangu – Non-Executive Director
Vusi Mahlangu
Non-Executive Director

Vusi is a co-founder and director of Tamela Holdings and has extensive experience in investment banking. Together with Sydney Mhlarhi, Vusi pioneered mezzanine funds in South Africa by launching the first specialised mezzanine fund. From 2005 to 2008 he was the Chief Executive Officer of Makalani, prior to which he spent seven years in the structured finance division of Investec. Vusi is a director of FLSmidth Roymec, Cure Day Clinics and the Emira Property Fund. He is a member of the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa and the Investment Analysts Society of South Africa and is a trustee of the Hamlet Foundation.

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