Nedbank Private Wealth – Earning More Than R1.5M Per Year


Go with the leader in integrated private client wealth management in South Africa (SA) Nedbank Private Wealth. Who remain as one of the largest wealth management businesses proven through their award for ‘Best International Wealth Provider’ for the past four years.

Nedbank Private Wealth integrates banking, wealth advisory and investment management services to high-net-worth clients in SA. It’s a world where you have access to a private banker as long as your personal income matches six figures as that’s the minimum entry level, preferably with a personal income above R1.5 million per year.

Nedbank Private Wealth offer growth opportunity for its clients and their money through they offer of services of managing money of wealthy individuals. They optimise their client’s current assets and investments. They also ensure that their clients’ wealth is soundly protected, and that clients’ legacies are structured most effectively for their beneficiaries. And also allow clients to transact seamlessly through banking and accessing their wealth.

They tailor financial needs and services to the client’s specific needs and aspirations to understand their client, their client’s wealth, and wealth management needs in the country and internationally.

Nedbank is one of the largest banks in SA and it’s one of the newest banks to be incorporated. And Nedbank Private Wealth is part of the Nedbank Group businesses.

You can also gain access to its Nedbank Private Wealth cards to suit your needs Nedbank offers a range of credit cards for everyday spending, which comes with a dedicated primary relationship manager for each client.

Some of the perks of such cards include free access for Nedbank Private Wealth credit card holders to local Lounges at domestic Bidvest Lounges. Those are located at the major South African airports at Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, East London, George, Bloemfontein and Port Elizabeth.

This privilege is exclusive to Nedbank Private Wealth clients. Allowing them to sip on some beverages, read a newspaper or periodicals or nibble on some food and snacks that are available.


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