Since the introduction of its new leadership in 2010, Ecsponent has grown exponentially and retained the same core focus that has made the business so successful.
Our innovative investment products and credit solutions improve the rates of financial inclusion, banking more of the unbanked, and generate wealth for stakeholders
JSE-listed, multi-national financial services group with multiple subsidiaries and a footprint across Africa
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We’re a JSE-listed, African financial services group, creating wealth by offering targeted credit solutions, enterprise development initiatives and investment services.
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Share data and SENS
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Board of directors
Ecsponent’s board of directors, of which most are independent, provides strategic leadership and guidance. View their profiles.
For the Group, governance revolves around a culture of accountability, transparency, efficiency, ethical conduct, respect and a values-driven approach. Find out more.
We have a track record of sustained and exponential growth achieved through organic expansion, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate actions.
We will continue striving to achieve industry-leading and sustainable growth in shareholder value to become the investment provider of choice in our sector and the niche market segments where we operate.
The Ecsponent Group strives to create and provide a secured environment for investors to receive stable, predictable investment returns, while making capital available to businesses requiring funds for growth.
Ecsponent Limited is listed on the JSE’s main board under the Financial Services ‒ Specialty Finance sector.
It is a rapidly growing African financial services group with multiple subsidiaries and a footprint across South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini and Zambia.
The group predominantly creates wealth by investing in companies that offer a range of niche financial services.