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Formed 20 years ago, Sanlam Private Wealth has evolved from a small stockbroking firm to a holistic wealth management business with a strong track record, and assets under management and administration of more than R151 billion.
By applying traits and notions normally associated with artists, such as inspiration, innovation, hard-learned skills, a lifetime of experience, time and care – and even the guts to take calculated risks at times – the analysts and investment managers at Sanlam Private Wealth expertly blend a combination of different asset classes to deliver to clients’ goals and ambitions.
We call this journey ‘Again & Again, Inspiration and Excellence In Perpetuity’.
In a unique collaboration, master ceramicist Andile Dyalvane created a signature piece that perfectly captures Sanlam Private Wealth’s ethos. The striking white vessel with blue accents incorporates an infinite line that represents the journey we undertake when crafting dynamic and lasting wealth – and the respect we hold for the trust our clients bestow upon us.
Andile starts each project with a line. A simple line that connects him to the past, celebrates the present and reminds him of the responsibility to leave a footprint for the next generation. This signature line represents gratitude — 'camagu' as he refers to it in isiXhosa.
The infinite lineage conveys the continuation of connectivity and as he himself notes, 'the pattern and rhythm, the controlled chaos, depicting the mastery of doing something again and again'.
He prides himself on being South African and presents this through his work at every opportunity. His main inspiration is his cultural heritage with which he engages and responds to through his art. Clay gives him the opportunity to create something beautiful, valuable and usable.
Master ceramicist and co-founder of Imiso Ceramics Majolandile Dyalvane was born on 25 September 1978. Hailing from a small village, Ngobozana near Qoba-Quoba in the Eastern Cape, like other boys, he too loved playing at the river, but rather than games, he found himself drawn to digging for clay and making objects.
Fast forward to today, Andile is now a well-travelled designer and internationally renowned artist with residencies in Denmark, France, the United States and Taiwan under his belt. He has also exhibited his work with great success in London and New York.