Bovest Function Invitation: 2019 ELECTION: NOW WHAT?
Hereby, Bovest Wealth invites you to our Function to be held on Monday 10 June, at the Ivory Manor Boutique Hotel in Pretoria from 18:00 for 18:30 to 20:30.
After the National and Provincial elections took place on the 8th of May, we got asked a number of questions regarding the future of SA and with specific reference to personal wealth and how it will be dealt with in the Ramaphosa era.
For this reason, we thought it appropriate to invite a group of speakers – each a specialist in their field of expertise, to obtain answers to the questions we have as South Africans.
We would like to give our Bovest clients the first opportunity to book their seats before the public will be invited on Monday 27 May – seats are limited, so be sure to reserve your seen asap.
Clients are also welcome to invite a guest along.
Tickets are R200 for Bovest clients and R300 for non-clients. The cost includes a welcome drink, main course and dessert.
If you are interested in attending this event, please contact Estelle van Wyk at the e-mail address: email@example.com.
Payments can be made at:
Bovest Wealth Management
FNB: Cheque Account
Branch: 25-24-45 (Menlyn Square)
REF: Function + (your name)
See below the list of speakers who will be present on the evening.
Freek Robinson will facilitate the evening after which most of the discussions will take place in a “Panel discussion” format and there will also be time for questions from the audience.
Freek Robinson is a TV journalist with more than 40 years experience. He held various positions such as political reporter, current affairs producer, current affairs executive producer, head of current affairs in the parliamentary team of the SABC, political correspondent and European correspondent based in London.
In 2010 he was appointed anchor of a new current affairs program “Robinson Regstreeks” (Robinson Live) on the satellite channel, kykNET. Later in 2010 he also became the main anchor of the nightly Afrikaans News delivered by eTV on the satellite channel platform, kykNET.
BONANG MOHALE – CEO OF BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SA
Bonang Mohale is known for building up extensive experience in various leadership roles, including as Vice President and Chairman of Shell downstream South Africa (Pty) Ltd, Shell South Africa Refinery (Pty) Ltd, and the South African Petroleum Refinery. At Shell South Africa he oversaw oil, chemical, aviation, and marine and lubricants global businesses. At the same time, he was also operationally responsible for retail, fuels and bitumen, supply and distribution classes of businesses, including Finance, Legal, Human Resources, Safety and Transformation. He was also the Managing Director of OTIS, which is the largest and oldest elevator company in the world, and the CEO of the integrated facilities management company Drake & Scull FM SA (Pty) Ltd.
Mohale has been involved in the Black Management Forum (BMF) for over 33 years and since the 1980s has been a vocal and active proponent of transformation. He has received numerous awards in recognition of the contribution he has made to the business world and building South Africa. These include, amongst others, the Momentum Friendship Blazer for being the first South African Nation Building Champion in 2015 and as both the Country and SADC Regional Titans – Building the Nation awards in the 2014 CEO Magazine Awards. In 2001, he received the Presidential Award for Servanthood in South African Industry and the Economic Empowerment of Previously Disadvantaged Individuals.
Riaan obtained his doctoral degree in political science in 1988 at the University of the Free State
He successfully completed the subjects Investment Advice and Investment General at the Stock Broking Institute at the Wits Business School in 1998. He is a member of the Financial Planning Institute since 2001 and has passed all the relevant exams to be registered as a financial adviser with the Financial Services Board (FSB).
His understanding, as well as his experience of the political and investment dynamics, enables him to empower our clients with financial advice that will put them in an excellent position in the market, ahead of their peers.
Robert is a respected pioneer in the financial services industry. His history in the unit trust industry at both Metropolitan and later Momentum spans a period of 14 years, during which time he was the CEO of the collective investment businesses, building an esteemed capability within the industry.
Robert graduated from the University of Stellenbosch, and he is a qualified CA (SA), an FSB approved category FSP2 Investment Manager and CIMA (UK) member. He has also completed various executive management courses at Harvard (USA), Duke (USA) and Stanford (USA) as well as at the IMD (Swiss)
PIETER HUGO – MANAGING DIRECTOR OF PRUDENTIAL UNIT TRUSTS
Pieter joined Prudential in 2015 as Managing Director of Prudential Unit Trusts and Head of Retail Business. His responsibilities include steering the strategic direction of the business and making sure that Prudential’s product offering remains aligned with clients’ interests.
With 20 years of investment industry experience, Pieter previously served in a number of senior management positions at one of South Africa’s largest asset managers.
He holds a B.Comm degree in Mathematics and is a qualified actuary (holding a fellowship with the Institute of Actuaries in the UK and the Actuarial Society of South Africa). Pieter also completed a General Management Program at Harvard Business School.
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