First Capital offfers treasury management services in cash management, financial solution & risk management...
First Capital offers four specialised investment mandates (property, agriculture, fixed income, and equity) to institutional clients...read more
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First Capital Treasury Solutions (Proprietary) Limited trading as First Capital is a financial services company specialized in providing treasury and asset (investment) management services.
About US First Capital Treasury Solutions (Proprietary) Limited trading as First Capital is a financial services company specialized in providing treasury and asset (investment) management services. Established in July 2009, First Capital have in-depth, personal knowledge of the Namibian capital markets and the resulting insight enables us to manage Namibian assets across different spectrum including cash management, equity, fixed income, specialist agriculture and property mandates. We manage money for private investors, pension funds, insurance groups, public (government) sector, and charities. Our credibility as asset managers is tightly governed by the Namibian Financial Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA). Our investment activities are focused on selected assets in Namibia Only.
We are a Namibian based investment team and focus exclusively on the Namibian market and we add value to portfolios through offering specialized Namibian mandates (equities, fixed income, and agricultural portfolio).
- 29March All eyes on Namibia's finance minister
Economist Martin Mwinga recently said that government expenditure could go up by 20 percent and the total budget rising to around R27 billion from around R24 billion in the previous budget.
- 24June Mwinga talks economics to businessmen
Well-known financial analyst, Martin Mwinga, is scheduled to present a seminar on business and economic matters to entrepreneurs in the Erongo region.
- 30Feb Govt Should Step in to Help Create Investment Options
ONE of the country's leading economic commentators, Martin Mwinga, has urged Government to work towards developing the bond market as a tool for aiding economic growth.