Chose Modise Is An Asset To The Ranks Of Stanford Who’s Who
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, April 9, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Chose Modise to the distinguished ranks of leading professionals as a result of his phenomenal work in the beverages service industry. Throughout his brilliant professional career, Mr. Modise has consistently displayed the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be successful in the business world.
Chose currently serves as an Internal Audit Manager for Africa and Asia with SABMiller, which is one of the world’s largest brewers, with brewing interests and distribution agreements across six continents. He is a seasoned finance professional who is responsible for managing the Internal Audit functions in various countries including risk coordination and reporting to the audit committees. Mr. Modise also provides quality assurance on the audit planning processes, audit reports, and periodic reporting. Additionally, he develops and improves business knowledge and awareness within the internal audit teams.
Over the course of his career Chose has received 14 years of accounting exposure and holds 5 years of auditing experience. He has previously held such positions as Audit Senior at KPMG, Financial Reporting Manager at Standard Chartered Bank, Group Financial Controller at Cresta, Finance Manager at Botswana Breweries, and Group Finance Development Manager at Kgalagadi Breweries.
During his collegiate career, Chose completed a Bachelor of Science Part 1 from the University of Botswana. He then studied Auditing and Financial Management through the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) at Botswana Accountancy College. Mr. Modise is a member of the Strategic Financial Leaders International. Chose’s expansive knowledge base dealing with taxation and finance, result oriented passion and commitment to excellence as well has his will to help others succeed are collectively being commemorated today.