Pentagon Financial Solutions PTA (Pty) Ltd is an authorised Financial Services Provider. The company is an independent financial services group which employs a number of highly qualified financial advisors, who each individually have an average of 20 years relevant industry experience. We provide financial advice and intermediary services to our extensive client base. Read more…

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Holistic approach

As part of the holistic approach followed in assessing our client’s needs, we inter alia recognise the need for proper tax and estate planning and the implementation of the necessary structures and financial products to give effect to this.

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Highly skilled team

Pentagon's highly skilled team is recognised in the industry for its comprehensive financial planning abilities, as well as its extensive understanding of the economic landscape and the philosophy and process of active management.

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Integrated Financial Planning

We address financial planning needs on an integrated basis. In this process, specialised investment services is inter alia provided through Associated Portfolio Solutions and estate planning and winding up of estates through APS Fiduciary Services.

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Interest rates fall as politics stalks the SARB

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) announced a 25 basis point (bps) cut in the benchmark interest rate at its 20 July meeting, thus dropping the repo rate from 7.00% to 6.75%. Most market analysts had expected interest rates to remain unchanged at this meeting, but had nevertheless expected […]

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The global political challenges

South Africans have become accustomed to the often bewildering statements and recommendations made by those in high political office. The most recent is the suggestion by the Department of Education that Mathematics should be removed as a compulsory promotion requirement of high school students. This is surely lowering an already low bar since the current […]

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Recession. Surprise!!

South Africa plunged into its second recession in eight years during the first quarter of 2017. Africa’s most industrialised economy contracted by 0.7% in the first three months of the year after a 0.3% drop at the end of 2016. The London Financial Times newspaper points out that the two consecutive quarters of decline mean […]

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