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Jersey Finance is proud to sponsor and co-host an event with 100 Women in Finance, a global organisation committed to gender equity in finance by promoting diversity, raising visibility, and empowering women to find their personal path to success.

The event, titled ‘Follow Your Inner Compass’, will focus on creating visibility around women in finance who are pioneers in the industry and are paving the way for others to follow in their steps.

Our Business Development Consultant for Africa, Dr Rufaro Nyakatawa, will feature on a panel discussion alongside Helena Conradie, Chartered Financial Analyst at TenFour Partners. The panel will be moderated by Tania Pringle, Executive Partner at Verum Capital.

For more information, please contact a member of our events team.


Dr Rufaro Nyakatawa › Business Development Consultant – Africa, Jersey Finance
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Based in Johannesburg, Dr Rufaro Nyakatawa’s primary focus is developing the strategy for Jersey Finance’s engagement in the South African market. She also plays a vital role in supporting the organisation’s wider activity across the continent.

Dr Nyakatawa is a multifaceted business consultant with more than 20 years’ experience working in financial services, specifically wealth management in large financial services companies in South Africa and across Africa. She joined Jersey Finance in 2021 and is responsible for business development in Africa, currently with a primary focus on South Africa.

An international speaker and thought leader, Dr Nyakatawa has been interviewed on various platforms including the BBC, CNBC, ENCA and various publications. She champions women’s issues as an Advisory Board Member of Women in Tech (SA Chapter) and an International Campaign Advisor for the Cherie Blair Foundation’s 100,000 Women Campaign Board, among others. She was recently elected by members to the Board of Directors of the Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa(FPI), she is a Non-Executive Director at Masthead and is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), CFA member and SAVCA member. She holds an MBA and PhD from the University of Cape Town.

Tania Pringle

Tania Pringle Executive Partner, Verum Capital

Tania serves on the steering committee of ‘100 Women in Finance’, South Africa – a global NPO aimed at gender equity and empowering women at all career stages.

A career banker, she has worked on both sides of the balance sheet - both in structured lending and wealth management at local - and international financial institutions.

Most recently she had a five-year tenure with international wealth manager and Swiss Bank Julius Baer as an offshore wealth advisor to local families and offshore structures.

In April 2023, Tania joined ‘Verum Capital’ as Executive Partner, responsible for developing Verum’s offshore External Asset Management - and Structured Products capabilities to local independent financial advisors, in addition to global wealth management for her suite of private clients.

Helena Conradie

Helena Conradie Chartered Financial Analyst, TenFour Partners

Helena Conradie is a seasoned business leader and former CEO of Satrix, the leading index-tracking business in South Africa.

Since 2000, Helena has led the indexation business from a small quantitative team managing the first Exchange Traded Fund in South Africa, to a diversified business offering ETFs, unit trusts and segregated portfolios across the retail and institutional space. At the time of her departure, end of 2021, Satrix had R160bn of assets under management.

Helena's strong global network and significant role in establishing the South African passive investment industry has earned her recognition as a pioneer and thought leader in the field. Her innovative approach to democratizing investments and promoting financial inclusion has seen key initiatives such as SatrixNOW (partnering with EasyEquities) and IndexMore (partnering with BlackRock) being launched. This was also recognised by Harvard Business School in a case study about Satrix in 2020.