What Coronation is doing, is not only managing people’s hard-earned money, but also striving to be a good corporate citizen by contributing to society in a meaningful way.
With a purpose that states Trust is Earned, Coronation understands clearly that their role extends beyond the growth and management of financial assets and into the transformation and development of people and society.
With an emphasis on education and learning, Coronation implements an array of programs designed to help build a better future for South Africans. From the Young Investors Programme, where we explore the importance of bridging the gap between the world of work and university for commerce students like Xola Nkuhlu; to the Coronation Capsule Programme where our visit to Sonwabo Primary shows how this holistic intervention equips learners with practical skills and exposure to entrepreneurship alongside literacy and numeracy; whilst focusing on capacity building for educators, principals and schools.
Internally, personal investment analyst, Mmabatlokoa Molefe shares how she feels valued and supported in her career and personal development at Coronation by the company’s emphasis on nurturing talent through graduate development and employee support in the form of programs like Lean In. And Coronation executives relay their own inspiring career journeys and passion for the impact they deliver as part of this inspiring business, built and grown alongside South Africa’s new democracy.