Leon Strümpher is a classic car investor and Portfolio Manager at Sanlam Private Wealth.
He is a regular on the money show:
- How to make money by investing in classic cars
Strümpher lives in Knysna.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed him about his experience of the fires ravaging his town.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Our office is still standing. Last night a few families slept in it. We’re lucky we’re on an island.— Leon Strümpher
It was like the moon! It was just desolate!— Leon Strümpher
It looked like something out of the apocalypse.— Leon Strümpher
A dear client of mine lost an entire family that stays on his property.— Leon Strümpher
The camaraderie is incredible!— Leon Strümpher
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