SHIFTING THE BALANCE

At Sinayo, we pride ourselves in being differentiated by our thinking process.  We disrupt the status quo, thereby shifting the balance and empowering our clients to reach new heights.

“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”

– Nelson Mandela

Your Future Is Our Priority

Sinayo is a South African, independent, majority black female-owned member of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).  We specialise in South African equity sales and trading for institutional investors. We strive to influence policies and strategic decisions by connecting the fund management industry, business and political leadership. Our vast network and experience in the private and public sectors enable us to offer impeccable services to the Asset Management Industry. 

 

 

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#Trades4Solidarity

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We have supported the JSE in its decision to donate all revenue earned across all asset classes over a two-day period, between 15 and 16 April 2020, in aid of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s #Trade4Solidarity  Fund which was established to assist South Africa’s COVID-19 pandemic efforts. We are pleased to announce that the directors and management of Sinayo Securities have made the grand gesture of donating R 500 000 towards
this Fund.

Focus Areas

Trading

At Sinayo, we are constantly striving to improve our service offerings and searching for better and effective systems to benefit our trade performance. Our vast knowledge, coupled with the latest technology, allows us to effectively execute and price transitions.  Learn More

Innovation

We pride ourselves in our unique thinking process, which combines best experience with outstanding innovations. With the right partnerships, we believe that we can change the financial landscape through offering a unique palette of tools to our clients. Learn More

Project Funda

Project Funda is a two-year graduate programme comprised of extensive training and experience. Our vision is to recognise, develop and retain talent, particularly around research and leadership in the financial services industry.
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Sinayo Wealth

Sinayo Wealth (Pty) Ltd is a South African, independently-owned and managed, broad-based BEE, authorised financial service provider (FSP: 46834). Sinayo Wealth is 100% owned by Sinayo and operates discretionary and non-discretionary accounts.
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Need A Broker?

Sinayo’s experienced trading desk is built on hard work, trust, honesty and excellence, and we are firm believers in best execution for our clients.  We are constantly striving to improve our service offering and are always searching for more effective systems to improve our trading performance.

Our Values

Integrity

 We are consistent and uncompromising with adhering to strong moral and ethical principles and values.

Transformation

We shift the status quo by being a majority black female-owned company.  We are fully invested in mentorship, with the aim of empowering disadvantaged youth and undiscovered talent. 

Excellence

We confidently pursue the highest quality of service and foster a culture of exceptional execution.  

Innovation

We are differentiated by our thinking process, which combines the best of our experience with outstanding innovations.

Social Investment

Believing in change

At Sinayo, we believe that every child should be afforded an opportunity to grow up to become an exceptional South African citizen.  We believe in nurturing talent, growth and looking after the well-being of South Africa’s children. Through supporting 160 children at the Golden Ark Care Centre in Soweto, we aim to strengthen them, build their focus and encourage them to strive for a bright future.

Our Team

Babalwa Ngonyama

Babalwa Ngonyama

Executive Director, CEO, Shareholder

Bernadette Johnson

Bernadette Johnson

Executive Director, Stockbroker and Compliance Officer

Kagiso Raphiri

Kagiso Raphiri

Data Analyst, Corporate Access

Meshack Mokobane

Meshack Mokobane

Senior Equities Trader

Ian Louw

Ian Louw

Senior Equities Trader

John Swinney

John Swinney

Senior Equities Trader

Tracey Hendry

Tracey Hendry

Settlement Officer

Jacques Pretorius

Jacques Pretorius

Key Individual

Brenda Mfazi

Brenda Mfazi

Professional Executive Assistant

Morning Notes

Volatility here to stay as US markets whip around again

26/01/2022 U.S. equity futures climbed and Asian stocks are mixed as traders await the Federal Reserve decision that could buffet markets by shaping expectations for monetary-policy tightening. Technology stocks advanced in Hong Kong, China averted a technical bear...

Stocks Storm Back From 4% Rout to Close Higher

25/01/2022 A stock selloff that at one point rivalled any of the last two years was wiped out as dip buyers emerged late in the session, in the latest breath-taking reversal in markets rattled by geopolitical tensions and the Federal Reserve’s campaign against...

U.S. Equity Futures Rebound after Friday’s sell-off

24/01/2022 U.S. equity futures rebounded Monday and Asian stocks came off session lows as traders weighed the likely impact of Federal Reserve monetary-policy tightening. Treasury yields and crude oil climbed. Shares eked out gains in Japan and China but technology...

Asia sells off as The US has big reversal again

21/01/2022 An unnerving, late-session Wall Street reversal overnight wiped out the day’s gains before marooning the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 in a correction. The S&P 500 also turned lower and is now more than 5% off its January high. The Dow lost gave up 820 points...

Asian Markets Bounce As China Eases Mortgage Rates

20/01/2022 Asian shares shrugged off drops in Europe and on Wall Street overnight as China cut benchmark mortgage rates. MSCI Inc.’s Asia-Pacific share index snapped a five-session drop, having bounced 0.80%, led by a climb in Hong Kong as Chinese technology equities...

Asian Markets Dip As Yields Hit Fresh Highs

19/01/2022 Shares in Asia-pacific dropped on Wednesday as U.S. Treasury yields hit fresh two-year highs. Prospects of higher U.S. rates continued to play out in fixed income markets. Ten-year yields were up 1 basis point at 1.8860% after hitting as much as 1.8900%,...

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