Tom is a member of the Investment Committee, has been involved in the AIIM business since its inception and has served as Chairman since 2000.
Tom also serves as a Senior Executive for the Infrastructure and Development Impact Funds at Old Mutual Investment Group.
He is a director of Setsing Financial Services and the Community Growth Management Company, both asset management companies. Tom is also chairman of the N3 Toll Concession Company, and the Renewable Cookhouse Wind Farm and a director of the Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concession Company, Railway Systems (Zambia), New Limpopo Bridge and Rainprop.
In parallel to AIIM, Tom has been involved in Old Mutual Group’s investment operations since 1985. He joined Old Mutual after six years’ experience as a consulting civil and structural engineer and the completion of a business degree. Tom’s experience with the Old Mutual Group – includes eight years investment experience in sub-Saharan African countries including Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana.
Tom holds B.Sc Engineering (Civil) and MBS qualifications.
Jurie has been involved with AIIM since its inception. He has served as a Director on the AIIM Board since 2009 and was appointed as CEO in 2014. Jurie is also a member of the AIIM investment committee.
Since the beginning of 2001, Jurie held various positions in the Infrastructure and Development Assets Division of Old Mutual Alternative Investments boutique and still heads up Infrastructure and Development Assets at Old Mutual Investment Group. This division includes AIIM, the IDEAS Fund, the International Infrastructure Fund and the suite of Impact Funds.
Jurie joined Old Mutual Investment Group as an equity analyst in September 1999 before joining the infrastructure team, where he was appointed as the Head of Infrastructure and Development Assets in 2007.
Jurie began his career at Murray and Roberts as a civil engineering contractor on various road, bridge and bulk concrete projects. After completing an Accounting Conversion Course at UCT, he served articles with KPMG. Jurie holds a B.Sc Eng (Civil) and a B.com degree and is a qualified Chartered Accountant.
Paul has been involved in the AIIM business since its inception and has served as a director on the board since 2000. Paul is also an Investment Committee member.
Paul’s entire career has been involved in investment and capital markets. Paul joined Old Mutual in 1995 and since 2004 Paul has held the position of Chief Executive of Old Mutual Alternative Investments. This boutique is responsible for the group’s investments in infrastructure, private equity, impact investment and mezzanine debt.
Paul is currently a director on the board for the Southern African Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SAVCA), jointly tasked to serve and promote the Southern African private equity and venture capital industry. He also chairs the Alternative Assets Investment Committee and has served on the boards of Assore, African Clean Energy Developments, CIT, J&J, Life Healthcare, Metcash, Mezzanine Partners, Old Mutual Investment Group, Pepkor, Tourvest and Pembani. He also chaired Green Hands, Old Mutual Investment Group’s Social Development Forum, for 10 years.
His previous work experience includes serving articles with Deloitte in Johannesburg where he qualified as a chartered accountant. He then spent seven years as an investment banker at Investec.
Paul holds a B.Com, B.Sc (Hons), MBA, CA(SA) and FCMA qualifications.
Marshall was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Old Mutual South Africa in April 2011 and held this position until 2015, when he took up the position of Deputy Chairman of Old Mutual Life Assurance Company South Africa (OMLACSA).
He joined Group Schemes in 1977 as an Advisor in Umtata. In 1987, he was appointed Area Manager, then quickly moved through the ranks as Regional Manager for Border and Transkei, then Provincial Manager for the Eastern Cape in 1990.
In 1995, he became Divisional Manager in charge of the Eastern and Western Cape as well as the National Scheme Development Team. Two years later he was given the responsibility of running the national sales force and marketing division and in 2000, was appointed General Manager – Group Schemes Sales and Marketing. In February 2005 he assumed the position of Chief Executive Officer Group Schemes, before he was appointed as Managing Director (Retail Mass Market) in July 2006.
Marshall possesses a successful track record in optimising performance while delivering growth and ensuring enterprise objectives are met and maintained.
Marshall holds a Bachelor of Administration (Economic Sciences) from UNISA.