South African businessman Jannie Mouton is the founder and CEO of PSG Group. According to Forbes magazine he has an estimated net worth of $520 million as of 2015. He has more than three decades of experience in investment banking and financial management.
Jannie was born in the year 1946 in Carnarvon. This qualified chartered accountant is the founder, CEO and non-executive director of the PSG Group. Today PSG Group is a listed investment holding company with interests in banking, financial services, agriculture, private equity and education.
PSG Group owns 28 percent stake in Capitec Bank, one of the largest commercial banks in South Africa. It has a controlling stake in corporate finance and advisory services company PSG Capital and Curro, a chain of private schools in South Africa. It also has stakes in Pioneer Foods and Distell. He is the chairman of the Zeder Investments Ltd and Paladin Capital Limited. He serves as the non-executive director of Pioneer Food Group Limited.
Jannie Mouton is widowed and has two children. His son Piet Mouto is the CEO of the PSG Group. Both his children are on the board of the group. Currently Jannie Mouton resides in Stellenbosch, South Africa. He has authored a book titled And Then They Fired Me.