TreasuryONE, South Africa’s leading treasury solutions company, is pleased to announce that Neels Heyneke has joined the company’s highly skilled market risk management team as Macro Strategist.
Neels started in the financial markets in 1985 and joined one of South Africa’s most prominent financial institutions Nedbank in 2001 where he produced countless Technical Analysis reports.
Over the span of his career, Neels has achieved numerous prestigious awards for his work, including the Financial Mail’s Technical Strategy-Equities where he has won for delivering the best technical strategy over the past six years. He achieved second place in the Bond Strategy category in 2002, as well as third place in Equity Investment Strategy 2019. He was also awarded the Best Technical Analyst in SA Bond & FX Market in the prestigious Spire Awards and has been nominated as the Number One in Technical Analysis in this category 11 out of the last 12 years.
Neels brings a wealth of knowledge on global markets to the TreasuryONE team. He will concentrate on providing clients with insight into the medium and long-term drivers of foreign exchange, commodities prices, and interest rates. Neels will work closely with TreasuryONE’s risk management team to assist clients hedge business risk.
Hennie de Klerk, CEO and Founder of TreasuryONE, commented, “We are thrilled that Neels has joined our team. His extensive knowledge and research will allow us to unlock further value for our clients through tactical asset allocation across asset classes, as well as assisting in the strategic reallocation of alternative and long-term investment strategies.”
Neels has dedicated his focus on understanding and specialising in the debt super-cycle and the evolution of the monetary system since 2006, as the monetary system has changed dramatically over the last 30 years. He talks passionately about the world’s addiction to central-bank stimulus and provides astonishing insight into various debt cycles over the past 800 years. He describes avidly how the world can deal with a debt burden and specialises in offering a unique perspective on the unintended consequences of the central-banking experiment, which were a 100-year debt super-cycle and asset boom.