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Jul 06, 2012

Hein Momberg

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Full Name: Hein Momberg

Position: MD of Fiberpipe

Main Activity of the Company: Manufacture of glass-reinforced pipe for water and sewer applications

Date and Place of Birth: March 8,1961, Johannesburg

Education: 1979 – Matric, Florida Hoërskool, 1979; BCom, Rand Afrikaans University (now the University of Johannesburg, or UJ), 1983; BCom (Hons), UJ, 1987; CA (SA), 1989

First Job: Articled clerk at Alex Aiken & Charter, 1987

Career History Prior to Current Position: Group accountant at Barlows Consumer Electric Products, 1989; account manager at Barcep Finance, 1992; FD and co-owner at Panasonic Business Systems Ermelo, 1994; financial manager, Protech Group, 1999; FD, Amitech South Africa, 2002; MD, Amitech South Africa, 2006; MD, Fiberpipe, 2011

Size of First Pay Packet: R750 a month

First Job with Present Group: FD, 2002

Value of Assets under Your Control: R85-million

Number of People under Your Leadership: 110

Management Style: I am an entrepreneurial and results-orientated leader

Personal Best Achievement: My family

Professional Best Achievement: Management buyout of Amitech South Africa

Person Who Has Had the Biggest Influence on Your Life: God

Person Who Has Had the Biggest Influence on Your Career: Peet van der Westhuizen

Person You Would Most Like to Meet: Sir Richard Branson

Businessperson Who Has Impressed You Most: Sir Richard Branson

Philosophy of Life: Work to live, and not live to work

Biggest Ever Opportunity: Management buyout of Amitech South Africa

Biggest Ever Disappointment: Death of my youngest son at the age of 18

Hope for the Future: That the people of South Africa are educated properly to ensure the future success of our country

Favourite Reading: Wilbur Smith

Favourite TV Programme: Two and a Half Men and Big Bang Theory

Favourite Food/Drink: Lamb shank

Favourite Music: Shania Twain

Favourite Sport: Motorsport

Favourite Website: None

Hobbies: Motorcycling and squash

Car: BMW M6, Porshe 911 Turbo and Kawasaki ZX14

Pets: None

Miscellaneous Dislikes: Drivers who hog the fast lane

Favourite Other South African Company: Standard Bank

Favourite Foreign Company: Virgin

Married: To Cathy since 2004

Children: Neil, 28; Shaun Loots, 27; Michelle, 26

Clubs: Alberton Squash Club

Edited by: Martin Zhuwakinyu
Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor
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