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Prescient Wealth management boosts leadership team

09 April 2014 Prescient Wealth Management
Mark Selcraig.

Mark Selcraig.

Prescient Wealth Management (Pty) Ltd, the independent private client wealth and portfolio management business in the Prescient Group, has announced the appointment of Mark Selcraig as Executive Director: Wealth Management with effect from 1 July this year.

A private banking specialist, Mr Selcraig has 25 years of international experience, advising clients on all aspects of their financial affairs.

Mr Selcraig was previously Director of Private Banking at HSBC South Africa where he was responsible for servicing clients and their families and for new business growth at the company.

Before that he was a Senior Private Banker at Bank Hapoalim International in London. Mr Selcraig also served as Vice President Private Banking at Fortis Banque in Geneva, Switzerland.

Founded in 2010, Prescient Wealth Management delivers comprehensive solutions to clients and their families globally. Multi-Asset Portfolio management capabilities are complemented by a suite of family office services including financial planning, intergenerational wealth management, fiduciary services, trust and administration services, accounting, tax and legal advisory services, and corporate advisory services that assist client’s business interests and philanthropic initiatives.

Jonathan Sieff, Chief Executive Officer of Prescient Wealth Management, commented: "The continued development of our wealth management business is a key element of Prescient’s growth strategy. We are delighted to have someone of Mark’s calibre and proven track record join our team as a trusted professional partner. His experience and skills will be invaluable in implementing our strategy to deliver on our promise to clients in the protection and enhancement of family wealth globally and across generations.”

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