Nedbank Private Wealth retains top honours for philanthropic advice

12 February 2018 Noxolo Hlongwane, Nedbank
Noxolo Hlongwane, Head of Nedbank Private Wealth’s Philanthropy Office.

Noxolo Hlongwane, Head of Nedbank Private Wealth’s Philanthropy Office.

Nedbank Private Wealth has once again been named the winner in the Philanthropic Advice category in the 2018 Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey. This is the fourth consecutive year that the leading wealth manager has taken top honours in this category of the prestigious industry measure.

The Euromoney survey is based on peer reviews from leading industry players

The Euromoney survey is the industry’s leading barometer of the world’s best wealth management and private banking services. The awards are based on peer nominations and reviews from experts at competing private banks and wealth. This year 634 institutions took part in the survey, covering 15 different product and client categories globally.

The business is committed to using their proven expertise to enable their clients to give sustainably

‘We remain committed to strengthening and growing the philanthropic sector and to leverage our expertise to enable our clients to give in a sustainable and impactful way,’ explains Noxolo Hlongwane, Head of Nedbank Private Wealth’s Philanthropy Office. ‘We are therefore honoured that the depth of our expertise has consistently been acknowledged by our industry peers.’

She adds: ‘With vast insights and knowledge of the sector and R8 billion in assets under administration for donors and non-profit organisations, we continue to service our clients with the passion that has repeatedly earned us international recognition.’

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