Onwards and upwards as PSG Wealth welcomes a new Wealth Manager

09 October 2019 PSG Wealth
Kevin Adinarain, Wealth Manager at PSG Wealth

Kevin Adinarain, Wealth Manager at PSG Wealth

PSG Wealth is proud to confirm it is further expanding its wealth management footprint with the addition of Kevin Adinarain. Kevin will be working in partnership with both Steven Bayne from PSG Wealth Northcliff and Brian Bayne, who serves as their strategic partner. Kevin is well-known in the financial services industry, in which he has worked for more than twenty years.

Kevin is a certified financial planner and holds a National Diploma in Cost and Management Accounting, a Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning and a Post Graduate Diploma specialising in Estate Planning. He also holds an LCIBM accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Secretaries and Administrators. Kevin is passionate about the future of his clients and helping them to meet their financial goals.

The journey has come full circle since Brian first appointed Kevin as part of the team he managed when he was Head of Private Client Advisers at a large auditing institution. “Kevin’s passion for putting clients first is what first struck me back in 1999, and that has not changed over the years,” says Brian. Steven adds: “This client-centricity is core of our partnership, so we are thrilled to have him join the team.”

PSG Wealth is a division of leading independent financial services group, PSG, which is listed on the Johannesburg (JSE), Namibian (NSX) and Mauritius (SEM) stock exchanges, with adviser offices represented in South Africa and Namibia.

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