Three top Wealth Managers join PSG Wealth in Rosebank

15 March 2021 PSG Wealth
Danilo Mantoan

Danilo Mantoan

Shaun Kotwal

Shaun Kotwal

Tim Harraway

Tim Harraway

Shaun Kotwal, Danilo Mantoan and Tim Harraway have established a new wealth management business based at PSG Wealth Rosebank. All three wealth managers join PSG with significant experience in financial services.

PSG has an already successful adviser team based in Rosebank, which has been running for the past three years. The new team acquisition allows for even more opportunity to service potential new prospects.

“We are very excited to be joining PSG Wealth. Their expertise and breadth of wealth management capabilities will strengthen our ability to deliver to our clients. It will also give us new sources of investment opportunities and innovation for our clients. I expect this will enhance our reputation as a leader in private wealth management,” says Shaun Kotwal. Shaun is a lawyer and former banker having worked in major finance centres across the world.

Danilo Mantoan holds a CA(SA) and has experience ranging from auditing to wealth management. “As PSG continues to grow its national footprint, it has maintained its exceptional standard of advice and service that clients have come to expect. I am therefore extremely proud to join the PSG team,” Danilo says.

“PSG Wealth provides me with the support needed to deliver a client-centric solution and ultimately develop value-added, long-term relationships,” adds Tim Harraway. Tim holds a Bachelor of Commerce and completed his Registered Persons Exam in stockbroking and has an impressive track record in banking and wealth management.

“We are pleased to have such experienced members of the industry join PSG and wish them all of the best on their new venture,” says Dan Hugo, Chief Executive of Distribution at PSG.

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