RECM announces new business development appointments

23 October 2013 Jan van Niekerk, RECM
Werner Du Preez.

Werner Du Preez.

Claudie Groenewald.

Claudie Groenewald.

Moeniera Mohamed

Moeniera Mohamed

Value based asset manager, RECM, has announced the appointments of Werner Du Preez, Claudie Groenewald and Moeniera Mohamed, to bolster the firm’s business development capabilities.

According to Jan van Niekerk, CEO of RECM, the new appointments will bring value to both the company and clients. "These appointments will help us attract more clients from regions outside the Western Cape, where we have traditionally had a very strong base.”

Werner Du Preez has joined Tim Tyson, as a Business Development Manager (BDM) for Gauteng and Natal regions, following five years at Allan Gray in a similar role. Du Preez completed his B Com (Economics), B Com Honours (Investment Management), M Com (Money and Banking) degrees and Certified Financial Planner qualification, all through the University of the Free State.

Claudie Groenewald has been appointed as a BDM for the outlying Western and Eastern Cape regions. Groenewald joined RECM in September 2013 after working with Absa Investments for eight years, where she held the position of Business Development Consultant. Claudie holds a B Com (Economics) degree from Potchefstroom University, a National Diploma in Financial Markets and a Certified Financial Planner qualification through the University of the Free State.

Moeniera Mohamed joined RE:CM in September 2013 as an Internal Business Consultant and will be assisting the four BDM’s with managing and developing relationships with IFA’s and their support staff, training IFA support staff on business processes, products and resolving queries. Prior to her new role at RECM, Moeniera spent nine years at Allan Gray in different client servicing roles. She has a Diploma in Wealth Management (NQF Level 6).

"We are very excited to welcome our new team members, and the wealth of experience and knowledge they bring to our business.” concludes van Niekerk.

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