Top Wealth Manager joins PSG Wealth Pretoria East

03 October 2019 PSG Wealth
Morné Oosthuizen, Wealth Manager at PSG Wealth

Morné Oosthuizen, Wealth Manager at PSG Wealth

PSG Wealth Pretoria East is pleased to further strengthen its office offering with the appointment of Wealth Manager, Morné Oosthuizen.

Morné graduated cum laude with a B.Com Law degree from the University of Pretoria and was admitted as an attorney to the High Court of Cape of Good Hope, two years later. His passion for tax and estate planning led him to a career in financial planning.

Morné additionally holds a higher diploma in financial planning, as well as a Master’s degree in Business Leadership from UNISA.

He brings with him vast financial services experience from estate and trust planning to financial advisory services, private banking and wealth management, having previously worked for some of the country’s big financial services firms where he also won various internal awards.

“PSG was recently named the top wealth management company in the country. It has a clear focus on providing excellent wealth management solutions to clients and has a great reputation in the market,” says Morné, on joining PSG.

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.

“We are proud to be an institution that top advisers want to be part of. With the dedication Morné provides to clients, his dynamic personality and diverse experience, we are excited to welcome him to the PSG Wealth Pretoria East team, says fellow Wealth Manager, Dawie Klopper.

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