Patrice Motsepe's African Rainbow Capital (ARC) has bought 25% of Capital Legacy, a company that specialises in estate administration.
Since inception in 2012, Capital Legacy has drafted more than 200 000 wills… our business is uniquely positioned to offer ordinary people a service…we assist more than 5000 individuals per month with the drafting of their wills…Our experienced estate administrators also facilitate the successful transfer of assets from the estate to those due to inherit…— Alex Simeonides, CEO - Capital Legacy
… Capital Legacy fits neatly into the eco-system of financial services businesses that we assemble. These businesses would leverage from one another and create synergies…— Johan van der Merwe, co-CEO - African Rainbow Capital
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for quotes from it).
We’ve got some cool tech…— Alex Simeonides, CEO - Capital Legacy
We don’t discriminate depending on the size of your estate… Our market ranges from the super-wealthy to the receptionist.— Alex Simeonides, CEO - Capital Legacy
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