Stonehage Fleming Appoints Professor Niel Krige to Equity Management South Africa (EMSA)

24 April 2020 Stonehage Fleming
Professor Niel Krige, Equity Management South Africa (EMSA)

Professor Niel Krige, Equity Management South Africa (EMSA)

Independent multi-family office Stonehage Fleming is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Niel Krige to the Equity Management South Africa (EMSA) team in a consulting capacity.

Krige brings with him a wealth of experience from his time working in senior management and on the boards of listed companies, as well in the investment management sector in South Africa.

Krige joined Sanlam in 1973, holding various managerial positions, including being a member of the general management team from 1984 to 1988. Following this, he was appointed as Managing Director of Momentum Life in 1988 and as Executive Deputy Chairman in 1995.

He served as a Professor in portfolio management at Stellenbosch University between 2003 and December 2019, remaining in the capacity as Extraordinary Professor at University of Stellenbosch Business School. He currently serves in an advisory capacity to a number of pension and endowment funds.

Qualifying with an M Comm (University of Stellenbosch) in 1973, Krige became a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries (London) in 1977. In 1985, he graduated from the Advanced Management Programme (Harvard Business School).

Professor Krige said: “I am delighted to join an ambitious and talented team with an excellent long-term track record and client-centric approach. I am equally looking forward to being part of a Group that has great potential for further growth in a changing global landscape.”


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