Investec for Institutions

Diversity, agility, and insights-driven expertise
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A leading South African institutional partner with global reach that enables institutions to execute their investment strategy through excellence in execution and distribution, backed by high-quality research and first-class service.

We do this by accessing the capabilities of different parts of the business through our coordinated and collaborative client-centric approach.

Talk to us about your institutional investment requirements

Our services cover the following areas


Diversify your portfolio through commodities

Fixed income

Deliver value to your fixed income portfolios


Trading and hedging strategies to manage your foreign exchange risks


Strategies that add value to your portfolio


Execution, placement and the origination to maximise your portfolios across asset classes


Analysis and insights from our highly rated research team

Prime Services

Prime custody, settlement, clearing and reporting that supports your investment strategy

Multi-asset approach

While Investec has specialist expertise across all the major asset classes, there is a consistent requirement for a multi-asset approach. With that in mind, Investec has built a multidisciplinary team, with knowledge across markets and asset classes and the strategies that bring them together. The Multi-Asset Sales and Structuring (MASS) team provides a fresh approach and innovative solutions for pension funds, insurers, unit trusts, and hedge funds, helping them to beat their benchmarks and enhance yield.


Institutions leadership team

Lourens Janse van Rensburg

Head: Corporate and Institutional Banking

Tinus Rautenbach

Head: Equities

Dhiren Mansingh

Head: Treasury, sales and structuring

Kenric Owen

Head: Financial products

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