April 14, 2021

The dark side of group schemes

The dark side of group schemes A blasé attitude today may result in major financial consequences in future By Andró Griessel 20 March 2021 Most people […]
March 23, 2021

Where there is a will, there is a way

Where there is a will, there is a way Plan for your retirement like you would for an expensive holiday By Deidré Valentine 20 February 2021 […]
February 8, 2021

When things don’t make sense…

When things don’t make sense… Be mindful of irrational vigor in the market By Andró Griessel 23 January 2021 Many of us, myself included, started 2020 […]
January 25, 2021

How high is your (financial) fever?

How high is your (financial) fever? Find out what your investments’ internal rate of return is By Andró Griessel 28 November 2020 I am sure that […]
January 11, 2021

Be mindful of rand depreciation panic

Be mindful of rand depreciation panic The past teaches valuable lessons about what might follow By Andró Griessel 12 December 2020 Would you believe me if […]
November 18, 2020

Estates: Cash is king

Estates: Cash is king Guard against a liquidity crisis for your heirs By Elmie de Jager 31 October 2020 A few weeks ago, my colleague wrote […]
October 28, 2020

Will your spouse be able to “fly” solo?

Will your spouse be able to “fly” solo? Disaster awaits if the one who manages the money alone, dies. By Andró Griessel 10 October 2020 There […]
October 8, 2020

Retirement funds: A few things to note

Retirement funds: A few things to note What happens with your benefits in the event of death or divorce? By Samuel Rossouw 19 September 2020 Although […]
September 23, 2020

Downhills also have inclines

Downhills also have inclines Why you should ignore a decade of returns By Andró Griessel 29 August 2020 A few years ago, a friend convinced me […]
August 5, 2020

What to do with property?

What to do with property? Great opportunity for tenants to buy property By Andró Griessel 18 July 2020 The prime lending rate has been reduced to […]
July 22, 2020

Teach your children to fish

Teach your children to fish If your child can fish financially, he is set up for life By Andró Griessel 19 November 2019 Give a man […]
July 13, 2020

When your income starts to dwindle…

When your income starts to dwindle… These are trying times for conservative investors By Cassie Carstens 27 June 2020 Among the three largest money market funds […]
July 6, 2020

How to adjust your retirement plan

How to adjust your retirement plan Consider these factors when planning for retirement By Samuel Rossouw 23 June 2020 Depending on where in the life cycle […]
June 24, 2020

Be wary of partial truths

Be wary of partial truths It may result in bad decisions that cost you in the long run By Andró Griessel 16/5/2020 In times of extreme […]
May 19, 2020

Manage your tax affairs

Manage your tax affairs A living annuity can have significant tax benefits for some individuals By Elmie de Jager 22/2/2020 A few weeks ago, my colleague […]
May 14, 2020

Take it easy for now

Take it easy for now However, the current market could be a good entry point if you are able to invest By Andró Griessel 25 April […]
May 6, 2020

Are you insured against COVID-19?

Are you insured against COVID-19? Many are scrutinizing policy wording after lockdown By Willie Griessel 04 April 2020 The Coronavirus pandemic turned the whole world upside […]
March 23, 2020

The ghost of 2008 is back

The ghost of 2008 is back Coronavirus: Market reaction is heavily exaggerated By Andró Griessel 14 Mar 2020 Just in case you were in a coma […]
February 12, 2020

Who are the latest winners?

Who are the latest winners? Offshore equities perform the best in 2019, however… By Andró Griessel 11 Jan 2020 If you’ve got the impression that your […]
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Samuel Rossouw CFP®
(BCommHons; Adv PGDFP)
Wealth Manager
Director

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True to company culture, Samuel strives to build solid long term relationships with clients and has a meticulous way of identifying needs, defining goals and compiling an executable plan to reach one's goals. He firmly believes that one has to be a specialist in one's field to be able to add value, and continuous training & education is therefore paramount. To be objective and to have an independent approach to a client's planning is critical to make a difference.

Born & bred on a farm in the Montague region, Samuel matriculated in 2001 from Montague High School. He completed his BComm Honours degree in Business Management as well as his Postgraduate & Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning. Samuel is a CFP charter holder. Apart from a short stint at an agricultural company Samuel has spent his whole working career with ProVérte. Samuel is a shareholder and valuable member of the board of directors of ProVérte.