Director Infrastructure Finance, Budget Office, National Treasury, South Africa



Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
BSc Economics
Leadership for Environment And Development (LEAD) Fellow
Infrastructure Delivery Management Programme Certificate
Integrated Investment Appraisal and Risk Analysis Certificate

Current position: Director for Infrastructure Finance in the Budget Office. Responsibilities include
Regulation of Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects at national, provincial and municipal levels of government. Work involves analysis of business cases and feasibility studies for large and mega infrastructure projects; analysis of procurement documentation and value for money reports; recommending approvals throughout PPP project cycle.
PPP Agreements: Contract management monitoring and reporting including managing extensions, variations and exemptions.
Leading the budgeting reform project: Managing the Budget Facility on Infrastructure which is an appraisal and evaluation process for large and mega projects.
Co-authored and edited book chapters, reports, occasional papers, journal articles and conference papers.

TELEPHONE: +44 (0) 207 700 4949
FAX: +44 (0) 207 681 3120


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