We recognise that our success depends on helping investors achieve their investment goals. As the leading solutions’ provider in the Group our approach is to simplify an increasingly complex investment universe and simultaneously provide investors with the convenience of a single investment decision. Along with our unlimited investment scope, global intelligence network and our total impartiality, we ensure that our solutions can always take advantage of the right opportunities no matter where and when they arise.

How we think about investments

Our objective is to deliver superior net investment returns more consistently than through a single asset manager or mandate. We do this by drawing on various sources of return, while diversifying across multiple sources of risk.

Our People

We maintain a collaborative culture, so when you work with us, you have access to our collective expertise and well-informed management team. Strong alignment exists between the various business units, and together with our global network of experts, serves as the foundation of the overall business

De Wet van der Spuy

Managing Director
BCom (Hons), FIA, FASSA

Mabalemi Maleka

BSc (Act Sci), MM (Finance and Investment)

Joao Frasco

Joao Frasco


Jennifer Henry

Deputy CIO
BCom(Hons), CFA, FRM

Leigh Kohler

Head: DFM
B.Com Hons, MBA

Waseem Abrahams

Head of Distribution: DFM

Malcolm Holmes

Joint Head of Portfolio Management (SA)
BCom(Hons), CFA

Tyron Harrison

BCom, CA(SA)

Albert Louw

Practice Manager
BCom (Hons), CFP®

Our approach to responsible investing

Consideration of Sustainability Risks

STANLIB Multi-Manager incorporates ESG factors into the following processes: manager research, operational due-diligence processes and portfolio management, layered with a robust overall investment governance framework. This is detailed in the SMM ESG Policy.

Compliance to the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR)

Sustainability Adverse Impacts

STANLIB Multi-Manager does not currently consider the adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors or issue a statement on their websites in relation to the due diligence policies with respect to those impacts. This is pending the adoption of final regulatory technical standards by the European Commission pursuant to Article 4(6) of SFDR, which shall set out detailed requirements in relation to the content, methodologies and presentation of information sustainability indicators in relation to adverse impacts on the climate and other environment‐related adverse impacts. Following the adoption and coming into force of such regulatory technical standards, currently expected to be from 1 January 2022, the Investment Manager will reconsider this position in relation to the publication of adverse impacts in respect of each Fund and, if it determines to provide such information, shall notify investors accordingly.


Remuneration Policy

STANLIB has reviewed their remuneration policy and is satisfied that it meets the requirements of SFDR.