Our Senior Management team is responsible for the efficient day-to-day running of our operations and consists of executives from our Durban and Johannesburg offices.
We see it as a great blend of youth and wisdom, of energy and prudence. Together, the team has a common goal - to see NNAC expanding sustainably, in a way where we forge ever deeper partnerships.
Get in touch with our people – click on their photos below to access their bio and email contacts.
Kalim has been Managing Director since January 2020, having served as Strategic Director from 2011 until 2019. He previously worked for De Beers, where he was involved in strategy and corporate finance in both the London and Johannesburg offices, and where he managed the Chairman’s Office.
He is a trustee of the Helen Suzman Foundation, the civil society organisation which promotes liberal constitutional democracy in South Africa. He also serves as Council Member of the Press Council of South Africa (PCSA).
Kalim was educated at the Universities of Cape Town and Oxford, the latter as an Oppenheimer Scholar. Contact Kalim
Qualifications:B.Bus Sci. (UCT), MBA (Oxon.)
Vedanth is the Financial Director of NNAC, leading all aspects of finance, treasury, taxation, reporting and binder holder governance. Vedanth’s expertise extends across operations, finance and reinsurance. He has been involved with the company since 2005 and a director since 2020. Contact Vedanth
Qualifications:B.Acc (Natal) LLB (UKZN)
Qualifications:AA Scholarship (Munich Re)
Mamoo is a Director of NNAC and has been associated with the company since its inception. As Managing Director until 2019, he successfully led the company through its transformation from a niche insurer servicing primarily the Natal market to a diversified insurer with a national footprint.
He currently serves on the Boards of the Centre for the Aids Research Programme in South Africa (CAPRISA, where he is Deputy Chair), the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra (JPO) and the Natal Playhouse Company (where he is Chair of the Finance Committee) as well as the St Aidan’s Mission Hospital. He is also Secretary of the Indian Medical Services Trust.
Prior to being a Director, Mamoo was called to the South African Bar in 1970 and served as a Member of Parliament for Springfield for the Democratic Party and its antecedent, the Progressive Federal Party, between 1984 and 1994. Before this, he was a member of the Economics Committee of the President’s Council.
Qualifications:B.Comm. LL.B (SA)