Dr. Jonty Tshipa, PhD (Financial Management Science) is a Non-executive member of the Board of Directors of the .ZA Domain Name Authority (ZADNA). He is currently Director: Corporate Services at Brand South Africa. Jonty has more than 20 years’ experience spanning across Credit Management (lending, collections/recoveries), Vendor Management, Commercialization/Business Development, Project Management, Investment Strategy, Risk Management, Financial Statement Analysis, Quality Management and Strategy. A seasoned professional who has worked in almost all sectors of the economy such as Education, Utility, Mining, ICT, Financial Services, Government and Media, occupying roles such as, amongst others, Project Engineer (at Eskom), Explosives Engineer (at AEL), Senior Technical Consultant (at Gijima) and Head: Credit Recoveries (at Standard Bank).
His corporate governance experience landed him a contract in 2012/13 as a Company Secretary at Ubank under his company, Tshipa Consulting. He is currently a Director: Corporate Services at Brand South Africa.
Jonty has boardroom experience having served a full 3-year term as a Board member of South African Weather Services, where he is also a Committee Member of Audit and Risk, Strategic Programmes and HR/REMCO. In his spare time after work, Jonty continues to Play his Part by lecturing Financial and Credit Risk Management (on a part time basis) to final year B-Tech Students at Tshwane University of Technology. He has a diverse qualification set such as PhD (Financial Management Science) with University of Pretoria, Masters Finance & Investment (Cum laude) from Wits, MBA (Gold Award) from TUT, Electrical Engineering from Natal, Project Management in IT from Unisa and Global Remuneration Professional (GRP) from SARA.
He has had many academic accolades during his tertiary days, such as, amongst others, being the Top Achiever for MBA 2nd year student and MBA 3rd student. His second Masters of Finance & Investment was acquired through Wits Business School with a distinction (Cum laude).
As a proponent of corporate governance, he has written two articles which have been published in accredited reputable international journals.
Tshipa, J. and Mokoaleli-Mokoteli, T (2015), “The South African Code of Corporate Governance: The relationship between compliance and financial performance: Evidence from South African publicly listed companies”, International Scientific Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control, Vol. 12 No. 2, pp. 149-170.
Tshipa, J. and Mokoaleli-Mokoteli, T (2015), “The impact of board gender in the boardroom on firm performance: A South African perspective”, Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition, Vol. 11, pp. 201-233