Thabo Hermanus appointed to head up Compuscan South Africa


The CSH Group, the holdings entity to which Compuscan, Scoresharp, Compuscan Academy and P:Cubed belong, is proud to announce the appointment of Thabo Hermanus as the Managing Director of Compuscan South Africa. Thabo joins Compuscan on 31 October 2017 and will report to the group CEO, Remo Lenisa.

Thabo has over 15 years’ experience in the credit industry. He has worked for the Standard Bank Group for the past 5 years, in various senior management positions in the credit and collections strategy areas. Additionally, Thabo’s former work experience includes being the Director of Nimble Collection Services, the Financial Director of Experian South Africa, and the Management Accountant for Nampak.

While focussed on CSH Group’s international expansion strategy, Remo will continue to support and provide strategic direction to the South African business operations after Thabo has settled into his new role.

Mike Reilly, group COO, states, “We welcome Thabo to the CSH family, and are confident that this addition to the leadership team will have a positive impact on our staff and all our clients. Thabo’s skills in leadership, strategy, management consulting, recruitment and mentoring will be of great benefit to this company’s future expansion. We wish our new Managing Director a long and fruitful career with us!”

The CSH Group brings together experts in the provision of Information and Credit Services, Decision Analytics, Marketing Services, Loyalty and Rewards, Training Services, and Direct-to-Consumer Services to build great companies.

Compuscan has experienced phenomenal growth since its inception in 1994 and currently operates in 9 countries across the globe, namely: South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, Uganda, Ethiopia, Australia and the Philippines. With its main focus to expand businesses into new markets through acquisition and organic growth, the CSH Group will utilise funds to invest in and provide management services to its member companies.