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Stonehage Fleming wins the Top Wealth Manager title

Stonehage Fleming wins the Top Wealth Manager title for Internationally Wealthy Families at 10th Intellidex Awards 

Johan van Zyl

Amid challenging economic conditions, independent multi-family office Stonehage Fleming was honoured to be recognised as a top wealth manager in South Africa at this year’s prestigious Intellidex Awards. 

Since its launch in 2012, the Intellidex survey has established itself as the leading assessment of wealth managers and private banks in South Africa. This year, Stonehage Fleming competed solely in the ‘Internationally Wealthy Family’ category, where firms were scored on their response to a detailed case study. Stonehage Fleming’s submission was commended by Intellidex “for the extent of its expertise, globally and locally, in each area raised in the case study, enabling a comprehensive response to every issue.”

“We are delighted to have been awarded the top spot for the ‘Internationally Wealthy Families’ Archetype award,” says SA Chairman Johan van Zyl. “Our vision is to be the leading independent advisor to wealthy families and wealth creators around the world. Since the beginning of 2020, we have placed great focus on helping clients navigate through the Covid crisis and beyond and we are delighted to be recognised for our ongoing commitment to protecting and managing family wealth both locally and globally.” 

As a multi-family office, Stonehage Fleming works with numerous inter-generational families, enabling them to benefit from what van Zyl calls the ‘shared experience’. “We are fortunate to be able to learn from client families’ past mistakes as well as from their innovations and in turn, share that knowledge for wider client benefit.” 

Stonehage Fleming also recently launched its new website.

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