FASA presents a critical discussion on The Economy in Crisis.
Bringing you practical solutions empowering you, the SA population, with financial knowledge that will help you navigate the current global economic climate.
SPEAKER: Lerato Moleko Kimon Boyiatjis
Presenters: FASA’s own Steering Committee member and head of FASA’s Preferred Market Economic work group: Lerato Moleko chats with our Guest speaker: Kimon Boyiatjis, founder and director of Trident Capital.
Lerato Moleko is a wife, a mother and a proud South African who lives in Irene, Pretoria. A strong Believer, Lerato’s heart is in raising others up to fulfil their destinies in Christ and be everything that God Almighty Yahweh has called them to be. With previous solid background in JV’s, Senior Executive in Human Capital-Board and Director levels, BU start-ups in various industries, now Founder and CEO of Aleph El and Heritage Circle, the focus of these organizations is on co-creation of enterprise and financial solutions while advancing people. Lerato is also serving as newly appointed Chairman of GIG CFI (Generational Inheritance Group). A vehicle for financial solutions and alternative systems. As a justice activist, having co-partnered with FASA in its vision for freedom and liberties for all South Africans, Lerato is passionate about leadership issues and justice. Through being a Legacy Wealth Coach, many have and still are coached and mentored in their business and life journeys by her. The quest for all of this, for Lerato, is to see the African child having her rightful, God ordained place, in the Continent of her birth, to the glory of Yahweh.
Kimon Boyiatjis has been in financial markets since 1985 – starting at JSE (Stockbroking) and then moved to banking from 1989 -1996 including London & US (Investec Bank and others). Thereafter he moved to asset management in 1996 until 2005 (Syfrets then director of ABSA asset management) He started Trident Capital in 2006 where he is currently a director. Trident Capital is a specialist asset management & capital raising company (e.g., raised R1bn debt for Touwsrivier Solar). He also accompanied President Mbeki on an official state visit to Greece.