Carrick’s Joburg Office Launched

Carrick Wealth officially opened the doors of its flagship offices in Johannesburg, recently.

The launch event, held in the stylish and beautifully designed Carrick offices in Daisy Street, Sandton, was well supported by well-known personalities Liezel van der Westhuizen, Ian Fraser (Hot FM radio host) and Financial Journalist Astrid Ascar, and saw members of staff and their partners celebrating with company directors.

Ian Edwards, Associate Manager of the Johannesburg branch, opened the event. “For us, the Carrick Way has no bearing on our geographical location,” said Ian, “No matter where we go, both locally and abroad, we bring the high standard and values that is the Carrick Way with us. More than that, our personal service and superior financial expertise sets us apart from other financial advisors, and will ensure we continue to grow our happy client base.”

Craig Featherby, Carrick’s Group Managing Director, closed the formalities: “This office is the perfect union of convenience and strategy. We all know that Sandton often referred to as the ‘richest square mile in Africa’ and now these new offices afford ease of access to our clients. More than that, Sandton is also prime real estate for international companies’ head offices. These top international companies attract employees from the UK. Bring into the mix our determination to be well-established in the country we offer our services from, plus our financial expertise in UK pensions for ex pats, and you have a perfect symbiotic relationship. We are very excited about what we will see coming from this motivated team.”

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To get in touch with Carrick Wealth’s Johannesburg office:

Tel: +27 (0) 10 003 6744

Email: [email protected]

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