Haydn Franckeiss

Haydn Franckeiss

Chief Executive Officer of Sanlam Investments

Haydn Franckeiss studied at WITS University and holds a B.Com and B.Acc Degree.  He wrote the Board Examination in 1987 and articled with Aitken & Carter.

Haydn spent 2 years with Sappi in the International and Corporate Finance departments.  He then joined Liberty Asset Management as an analyst before heading up the Financial Team and managing portfolios.

He joined Gensec Asset Management in 1999 and spent time as Head of Equity, in private equity and Client Services before becoming ALCO portfolio manager.

In his spare time, Haydn enjoys sport and participates in a bit of running and mountain biking.

Asset Management Experience : 24 years (Asset Classes – Equities, Fixed Interest, Derivatives, Property, Private Equity, Hedge Funds)

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Jonathan Polin
Jonathan Polin
Group Chief Executive Officer
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John White
John White
CEO of Wealth Management
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Penny Lovell
Penny Lovell
CEO, Private Wealth
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Alfio Tagliabue
Alfio Tagliabue
Group Head of Strategy
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Duncan Lancashire
Duncan Lancashire
Group Head of Compliance
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Nick Parry
Nick Parry
Chief Executive officer, Sanlam Investments & Pensions
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Dave Mason
Dave Mason
Chief Operating Officer
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Richard Pursglove
Richard Pursglove
Group Head of Distribution
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Dayleen van Zyl
Dayleen van Zyl
Group Head of Human Resources
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Nicola Fraser
Nicola Fraser
Chief Financial Officer
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Haydn Franckeiss
Haydn Franckeiss
Chief Executive Officer of Sanlam Investments
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