Ashburton Investments appoints a Head of Intermediated Distribution

09 February 2023 Ashburton Investments
Steven Amey

Steven Amey

Steven Amey has been appointed as the Head of Intermediated Distribution for Ashburton Investments effective 1 February 2023. In this role, Amey will be redeveloping the intermediary market strategy and repositioning the Ashburton Investments brand within that market.

Ashburton Investments CEO, Duzi Ndlovu, said, “We are pleased to have a person of his calibre joining our team. The investment environment has been evolving over the last few years so it is important that we build a strong and credible team that will work closely with our advisory partners to ensure enhanced investment outcomes for clients.”

Ashburton Investments has an established position across the corporate and institutional space; therefore, we will be looking at Steven to help showcase our capabilities and innovative solutions to the intermediated market, Ndlovu added.

Amey was previously with Discovery where he was the Head of Sales and Distribution for Discovery Invest. He has over 22 years of experience within the financial services industry, ranging from asset management, asset consulting, short-term insurance, healthcare and financial planning with expertise in distribution. Amey has also worked for companies like Sasfin, Ninety One and Glacier.

“I am pleased to be joining Ashburton Investments. I have always admired the FirstRand group so I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to join a powerhouse within the financial services sector and help build something meaningful,” said Amey.

“I’m looking forward to playing a key role in bolstering Ashburton Investments as a formidable player in the asset management space. The group has incredible prowess and an abundance of resources which we will leverage for the benefit of our advisers, clients and society at large.”

Amey holds a BCom Honours in Investment Management and an MCom in Tax. He is also a Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

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