Coronation named Equities and Balanced Fund Manager of the Year at POA awards ceremony

01 July 2013 - Coronation Insights

Coronation Fund Managers was once again honoured at the annual Imbasa Yegolide Awards for Professional Excellence, hosted by the Principal Officers Association on 10 June 2013. For the fourth consecutive year, Coronation received the award for Equities Manager of the Year, and was also voted Balanced Manager of the Year.

Kirshni Totaram, Head of Institutional Business at Coronation comments: “These awards are particularly rewarding as they are based on nominations made by our clients, signalling our ongoing commitment to excellence in client service, the delivery of long-term alpha and building long-term relationships based on trust.”

Totaram adds that as an independent investment manager, Coronation is fully reliant on the assets it manages on behalf of third parties. “It’s been 20 years since we have opened our doors for business on 1 July 1993 and today we are humbled by the incredible support shown to us by clients over this period.”


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Background notes to the editor:

Coronation Fund Managers Limited is one of Southern Africa’s most successful third-party asset management companies. It is a pure asset management business which offers both individual and institutional investors access to local and global expertise across all asset classes; including Global Emerging Markets and Africa units.Clients include some of the largest retirement funds, medical schemes and multi-manager companies in South Africa, many of the major banking and insurance groups, selected investment advisory businesses, prominent independent financial advisors, high-net worth individuals and direct unit trust accounts.We are 25% staff-owned, have offices in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Namibia, Gaborone, Mbabane, London and Dublin and are listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.As at the June 2013 quarter-end, Coronation’s assets under management total R434 billion