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011 895 8000
Illovo Point, Office No. 1101, 68 Melville Road, Illovo, Sandton


Thulisile Nkomo (CFP®) is currently a Private Wealth Manager and provides financial planning services to individual clients. After completing her BComm Accounting Degree with the University of Johannesburg, she started her career in the financial services industry in 2010 as a Fund Accountant. Her passion was always in financial planning and an opportunity was presented to her in 2013 when she was offered a position as an admin assistant to a Private Wealth Manager at NFB. Whilst working for NFB she has obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Planning, followed by an Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning from the University of Free State. Thulisile is committed to building her knowledge in the industry and is passionate about educating her clients. Her passion for the industry is cemented by a following of loyal clients that she has amassed in the last few years. Thulisile is a mother of one and enjoys swimming in her spare time.

Company info

NFB Private Wealth Management is a part of the AltX listed NVest Financial Holdings (NVE) group of companies, managing in excess of R30 billion with a 33-year track record in providing clients with independent financial advice and a broad suite of other financial services. These include investment portfolio optimisation, retirement, tax and estate planning, risk management, business assurance and asset management services. Clients include HNWIs; family offices; corporates; trusts as well as untaxed institutions.

NFB prides itself on providing a long term personalised and holistic wealth management service, whilst ensuring our clients benefit from cost efficiencies and bespoke product range achieved through scale and strategic institutional partnerships. The company has an expanding regional presence currently in Johannesburg, East London, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town.

Thulisile on Moneyweb

How not to end up on ‘I Blew It’

26 Nov 2021
Thulisile Nkomo, CFP at NFB Private Wealth Management, discusses how to maximise your financial windfall smartly, including how to handle debt, whether to upgrade your lifestyle, if leaving your job i ...

How are you investing in your family’s future?

9 Jun 2021
June is Youth Month and #Moneyweb presents the Youth Finance Savvy Series to empower young investors. ...

Hiring a financial advisor? Here are the questions you need to ask

23 Apr 2021    2
Having a financial advisor by your side to help manage your financial path is highly recommended. Thulisile Nkomo of NFB Private Wealth Management discusses the value these professionals add and more. ...

Which tax-free investment account should I consider?

21 Apr 2021    8
If you are looking for a low-cost tax-free investment account, you should consider the one in the form of an ETF (exchange-traded fund). ...

Should I keep my emergency fund in my bond?

26 Jan 2021    11
Or are there better investments I could make? ...

Should I invest or pay off debt?

7 May 2020
Paying off debt will mean that you have more money to invest in the future. ...

I’ve inherited R200k. What’s the best way to invest it?

1 Apr 2020
There are several factors that need to be considered before embarking on your investment journey. ...

What should I consider before investing in shares?

5 Feb 2020    6
The first step is to determine what your investment objective is. ...

Do I invest in an income/growth portfolio or a pure income fund?

1 Apr 2019
I have R6 million to invest for retirement income: which option is best? ...

The investing journey doesn’t stop when times are hard

2 Oct 2017
People are happy to buy things on special at the shops, but not when it comes to investing: Thulisile Nkomo, private wealth manager at NFB Financial Services. ...

Thulisile's views

How to set yourself up early for financial success

21 Jan 2021
What you need to consider when starting a job. ...

How to make smart money choices

23 Mar 2020
It’s never too early (and it’s seldom too late), to start making smart money choices. ...

Four ways to use your 13th cheque responsibly

19 Dec 2019
Put your 13th cheque to work and start 2020 on firm financial footing. ...

Financial advice to new parents

29 Oct 2019
What advice would a financial advisor give to a client starting a family? Having children is an incredibly beautiful thing – one that changes your life forever. The parental instincts kick in; y ...

Q&A: financial planning careers and advice for women

4 Sep 2019
Don’t be put off by the fact that this is still a male-dominated industry – the picture is changing fast. ...

We’re all victims of fraud

22 Aug 2019
Investors should not commit more than they can afford to lose to speculative opportunities. ...

Thinking about changing jobs? Here’s something to think about

15 May 2019
Young professionals, don't forget to tackle your financial planning admin when moving to a new job. ...

What to consider when investing R500, R50 000 and R5 000 000

8 Apr 2019
There are several questions to ask yourself before you decide how to proceed with investing your money.... ...

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