Namibia Economist (Windhoek)

31 August 2012

Namibia: Simonis Storm Appoints Muller Kotze

Simonis Storm Securities (SSS), one of the leading stockbrokers in Namibia and Members of the NSX this week introduced Muller Kotze, their newly appointed Head: Corporate Finance at a client event.

"It is good to be back in Namibia. Africa is offering very exciting and interesting opportunities. Namibia in particular, has tremendous potential. With an established and well-known platform in Namibia, Simonis Storm is perfectly positioned in the current growing market. Combining the commitment and experience of the Simonis Storm team, pursuing these opportunities will be to the benefit of our clients, as well as the communities in which we operate," explains Muller.

Being a Chartered Accountant with experience in securitisation, hedge funds, fund accounting, asset management and multi-national structuring in various sectors he looks forward to assisting local clients with their corporate finance needs. He explains that he plays a facilitator role between Simonis Storm clients and securing finance from potential investors. "It is important to look after your clients. Our clients always come first," emphasises Muller.

Muller brings international and regional experience to Namibia and worked at United Ventures in South Africa, Goldman Sachs in Canada and the Cayman Islands, as well as Deloitte & Touche in the Cayman Islands.

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