Mutle is currently the executive chairman of Vantage Capital where he oversees all aspects of the group’s business with a particular focus on group’s proprietary investments with a directorship at Kwikspace.
Mutle commenced his working career as a financial accountant at LTA Construction Ltd. Thereafter, he moved to Nedbank where he was a relationship manager in the corporate banking division. At his next position with ABSA Bank, he was responsible for the implementation of ABSA’s micro lending strategy with the creation of Nubank. He started Nubank from scratch and was CEO for 3 years. During this time, Mutle was also involved as one of the five founding members in the establishment of Real Africa Investments Limited (RAIL), one of the pre-eminent listed black empowerment companies in South Africa. In 1999, Mutle sold his interest in RAIL and started MMR Equity Capital together with Colin Rezek, which after a merger in 2001, was the genesis of the Vantage Capital group. As a pioneer of black-owned private equity fund management, Mutle Mogase was closely involved in the formulation of the Financial Sector Charter (“FSC”) on Black Economic Empowerment. Mutle was also chairman of the Micro Finance Regulatory Council (MFRC) and it was during his tenure that the new credit act was developed.
Outside of Vantage, Mutle is the chairman of African Bank. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Cape Town, has completed an Executive Development Programme at the University of New York, and a Graduate Diploma in Corporate Governance at the Institute of Management Technology in Johannesburg.