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FM Interview with Keith Anderson

Classic FM Interview with Keith Anderson (Chairman of EWASA)

Keith matriculated at Damelin College and holds qualifications from the Institute of Marketing Management, Stellenbosch Graduate School of Business, UCT Graduate School of Business, Heriot-Watt University, RSA, and La Salle and Century Universities, USA.

Keith has held senior executive positions in various industries including Banking, Petro-chemical, Information Technology, Services and Consulting.

Keith Anderson’s fields of specialization include: Environmental issues, Waste Management, Information Technology, Restructuring and Regulation in support of sustainable development. In addition his focus on energy, research and development, policy and cutting edge business models are crucial value-adds to KAMM.

Keith, at the behest of governments and multi-nationals has for years and still continues to, deliver papers globally on Environmental issues and Waste Management. He has served as an adviser to numerous cross-border government departments, multilateral organizations and major international and South African corporations.

For the past three years he has been involved extensively within the private equity arena primarily focusing on unlisted companies, performing company analysis and valuation, turnaround propositions, mergers and acquisitions involved with some of the countries largest blue-chip organizations.

Having Chaired and served on numerous boards of companies in various stages of their life cycles over the years, Keith is widely recognized having provided outstanding natural acumen and sound leadership to those corporates, partners and stakeholders, sharing his extensive international management and enterprise project development experience.

Keith was also the Founding member of the e-Waste Association of South Africa's, managerial support and leadership to KAMM’s partners.

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