As part of its rebranding process, Sharenet Group, has appointed JC Louw as the new Chief Executive Officer for the group.
Sharenet is one of South Africa’s top stock brokerage and investment advisory company.
He is taking over from Sharenet’s founder and long-term CEO, Anthony Walker. The company said in a statement issued in South Africa that:
“No one can argue that we don’t live in interesting times, and whereas others may see challenges we always look for the opportunities, both for Sharenet and for our valued customers, new and old”.
Commenting on his appointment, JC Louw said:
“I’m excited by our new launch, I’ve been in boutique services almost all my life, 18 years to be exact, where Sharenet has been in mass production of financial service information. We are combining the two of a solid track record. This new evolution not only gives our clients access to new products and solutions, we can help Sharenet focus more on the service and delivery.” – JC Louw, Group CEO
In a world that feels like it’s lurching from one news broadcast to the next it’s reassuring to know that despite all the market uncertainty there are still some things you can count on – like the innovation, reliability and personal touch of Sharenet’s products and services.
“Our vision is to use our deep understanding of technology and financial services to offer services and products that businesses want and people need,” JC explains.
The business environment in South Africa and the global economy is changing rapidly, but the DNA that makes us who we are; that will stay the same. Our commitment to offering easy-to-understand, real-time financial data and news, as well as world-class trading tools and platforms to help our clients grow their wealth remains our priority, nearly 30 years on. It’s this intricate blend of technology and personnel that enables us to help you make the most of trading and investing opportunities.
“Our future success will be created over time by the quality of people we employ and how we keep an ’always innovating’ culture in our business,” he said.