Our Head of Equity, Razeen Dinath and Equity Analyst, Zain Ghoor, share their views on Sasol Limited.
Many of you will have seen the Warwick and Cadiz sponsored bibs worn by The Big Issue vendors on our busy streets. There is even a facility on these bibs for you to pay for your Big Issue using a QR reader, so it couldn’t be easier.
As a long time sponsor of the Big Issue and its vendors, we believe that we are helping hard-working individual entrepreneurs make an honest living, providing hope, opportunity and a step up towards self-worth.
So it warmed all of our hearts when we discovered the story of Bongani, one of the local Big Issue sellers, being gifted a car by one of his long-time customers. Please click on the below link to see a brief video of this beautiful interaction. It makes us both humble and proud to be the sponsors of the Big Issue and to provide these wonderful entrepreneurs a daily opportunity.
Hopefully this will stimulate others to emulate our contribution and make a difference to the many thousands of great South Africans trying to make an honest living, day in and day out, month in and month out, come rain or shine!
The attached link explains why the Warwick Team is totally committed to Warwick’s development . We all believe in SA and it’s future and we are all SA optimists!
This article sets out some of my own and Warwick’s history, this includes Appleton (named after my school) and then Warwick (named after my university).
The Warwick Team is the greatest group of people, in every single aspect, that I have ever met, worked with and or experienced and it will continue to deliver in all of the jurisdictions where it operates.
We all commit to a ‘measured and planned growth’, over the many years to come, because we always play the long game!
Warwick Wealth’s CEO, Ian Kilbride and the General Manager of Asset Management, Adrian Meager took Warwick Private Clients new style Senior Wealth Specialists to lunch to celebrate their elevation to their new positions and its great benefits!
From left to right: Conrad Clifford (Warwick Durban), Adrian Meager (GM Asset Management), Ian Kilbride (CEO), Gareth Milford (Warwick Cape Town) and Natalie Wood (Warwick Johannesburg).
It has been about a month since my last article but that was all done simply to get you all panting with excitement for this latest instalment. Actually, Alec Hogg, an old friend and fellow entrepreneur told me to “get some real work done”, so I did and left the field open for his great journalistic mind.