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Contact Number: (010)035 1391 / (011)799 8100
Address: Brenthurst Wealth, The Business Exchange, Block 4, 150 Rivonia Road, Sandton


Arin has been in the financial services industry since 2013 and joined Brenthurst Wealth in 2016. His previous experience includes three years at Investec Private Bank, where he gained valuable experience working with high net worth clients, specifically in private banking.
He obtained a B.Com Finance degree in 2012 and a Post Graduate diploma in Financial Planning from the University of the Free State in 2017. Arin is based in the Brenthurst Sandton office and specializes in Investement and Retirement planning.

Company Info

Brenthurst Wealth was announced as the Top Boutique Wealth manager in SA in the 2017 Intellidex Wealth Manager and Private Bank Award. The company has six offices countrywide, providing independent financial advice by experienced and highly qualified financial advisors.

Brenthurst has a predominately high net worth client base consisting of individuals, companies and trusts and provides comprehensive financial planning solutions which include retirement planning, tax planning, investment planning, direct offshore investment, long term insurance, wills and estate planning.

Brenthurst Wealth was one of the first companies to receive the FPI Approved Professional Practice™ accreditation, the premier accolade and recognition of adherence to the highest standards of professionalism and service in the financial planning industry. The Approved Professional Practice™ accolade is only bestowed upon a practice once certain rigorous criteria have been met, which include, amongst others, that at least 60% of the planners are Certified Financial Planners and at least one CFP® professional is a key individual.

The company was established in 2004 and has an established track record of exceptional service to clients and maintains a high client retention rate.


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