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Three surprising ways divorce can affect your will

This year, nearly one in five married South Africans will make the decision to start afresh and get a divorce. As you put your life back together after a relationship split, don’t get distracted from updating your will to reflect your new status.
Update your will within three months or you may as well still be married to your ex.

Financial advice for the new year – save, invest, protect

Everyone has a plan. So, what will you do differently this year to make sure you’re in an even better situation next time round in 2021? But even more to the point, what will it take to ensure your family is not left in a worse situation if you happen to die.

Publication: Business Report, IOL

Related Links : https://www.247news.africa/business-report/financial-advice-for-the-new-year-save-invest-protect/408898AN

Golf day fundraiser for cerebral palsy helps many

Cerebral palsy is a common group of neurological motor and movement disabilities often developed during childhood. Except for the immense physical strain cerebral palsy places on those affected by it, there is also a heavy financial burden on the families.

For this reason, the Dempsey Foundation came into being. Its founders, Johan and Claudette van Schoor felt a need to help others in a similar situation after finding out that their son, Dempsey van Schoor was afflicted by this disability.

Publication: FA News – Alex Simeonides

We all want to make sure we take care of our families as best we can, and often worry about how they will be cared for when we pass away. This concern is often amplified for parents who have children who have special needs.

Alex Simeonides, CEO of Capital Legacy, provides some inside into the benefits of a Provider Trust.

Publication: Financial Intermediaries Association – Alex Simeonides

We all want to make sure we take care of our families as best we can, and often worry about how they will be cared for when we pass away. This concern is often amplified for parents who have children who have special needs.

Alex Simeonides, CEO of Capital Legacy, provides some inside into the benefits of a Provider Trust.

“Any old executor won’t do.” Alex Simeonides – CEO

Our CEO, Alex Simeonides, has contributed a thought leadership piece in the May edition of the Cover Magazine.

Alex discusses the importance of having the Fiduciary Industry conform to a formalised set of standards. He elaborates on the importance of and benefit to grieving families to engage with an executor that is held to specific standards, across the industry.

Publication: Cape Argus (AM Edition) Alex Simeonides – CEO

It is with great pride that we announce that our CEO, Alex Simeonides, was quoted in an article on Expectations of the new President Cyril Ramaphosa. Amongst other key individuals, Alex was quoted as emphasising the importance of bringing about professionalisation within the fiduciary industry.

As the South African people are calling for action with tangible results, and not just a plan of action, we hope to see many changes brought about during our new President Ramaphosa’s term of office.

ARC announces investment in Capital Legacy

Empowerment investment holding company African Rainbow Capital (ARC) has announced its acquisition of a 25% shareholding in specialist financial services firm Capital Legacy for an undisclosed consideration.

Ronel Beresford – Capital Legacy Employee

September is National Wills Month – Efficient Wealth Promo
Radio KC

People on the Move

Our Directors, Eduann Vorster and Carl Sonday, have been listed as “People on the Move” in the Sunday Times.
Their position updates have been published in the Sunday Times Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.