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Our people: the heartbeat of CPD Campus
Anton van Wyk CA(SA)
Anton is a CA(SA) with a passion for financial and management accounting. He holds a Master’s degree in Financial Management and completed his training contract with Deloitte. Anton has been involved in the education of prospective accountants, and training of qualified accountants, for more than 20 years. He has a passion for the accountancy and auditing professions, and equipping its members with carefully adapted skillsets that will prepare them for the future world of work. Anton joined Anchor Capital as Managing Director of its subsidiary company, CPD Campus.
Karen van Wyk CA(SA)
Karen is a CA(SA) and found her passion for taxation very early in her career. She obtained the overall first position in the SAICA qualifying examination in 2005 and completed her training contract with EY. Karen is also a very popular presenter of CPD sessions in taxation and has lectured at various tertiary institutions in South Africa, such as the Universities of Johannesburg (UJ), Witwatersrand (WITS), Monash SA and more. As the head of operations at CPD Campus, Karen is responsible for ensuring that our clients experience all the various functions within our business seamlessly. Karen is responsible for, inter alia, marketing campaigns and social media, stakeholder relationships, and any other operational aspects relating to the successful day-to-day functioning of our business.
Strategic Business Development
Matthew has a B. Com. (Law and Management) from Wits University. He has been working in the financial services industry for 13 years. He started his career as a Private Banker at Investec and subsequently moved into Investec Wealth and Investment as an Investment Specialist. He has taken responsibility for Sales and Marketing for Anchor Capital since inception and is now the Head of Business Development across the Anchor Group.
Andrew Haiden CA(SA)
(Wild Dog Capital)
Andrew is a CA(SA) and completed his training contract at PKF Johannesburg (now Grant Thornton). He joined the investment industry through Robert Cowen Investments (RCI), a private client portfolio management company where he took on operational responsibilities. Andrew joined Anchor Capital when Anchor Capital bought a majority stake in RCI and took responsibility for corporate finance activities within the group. Andrew is the Managing Director of Wild Dog Capital, a division of Anchor Capital.
Olivier Barbeau CA(SA)
(Moore South Africa)
Olivier is a CA(SA) and the managing director of Moore Johannesburg. He is the deputy chairman of Moore South Africa. Olivier is registered as a chartered accountant both in South Africa and Mauritius. He has been involved as a principal in various corporate finance and advisory firms for over two decades. His extensive corporate finance experience has seen him initiate, develop and implement merger and acquisition transactions for both listed and unlisted companies across the African continent.
Charles Reid CA(SA)
(Moore South Africa)
Charles is the managing partner of Moore Durban, and currently serves as chairman of the Moore South Africa Management Board, as well as the Moore Africa Regional Council. He qualified as CA(SA) in 1981, became a Partner in 1987 and obtained a Higher Diploma in Taxation in 1991 from the University of Natal. Charles has extensive advisory experience in all aspects of general business practice and property transactions, with specific expertise in trust administration, and estate and tax planning, both locally and offshore. Charles also sat on the South African Regulator’s Disciplinary Committee for 17 years.
Director and chairman of national training committee
(Moore South Africa)
Ryan is a chartered accountant (SA), registered auditor and chairman of the Moore SA national training committee. Ryan’s expertise lies in small to medium-sized owner-run enterprises. He has been involved in the development of numerous SME's and has assisted with the financial management and growth of their internal support structures enabling them to trade in the national and global market.