GTC

GTC, formerly Grant Thornton Capital is a diversified financial services company, established in 1991 from within the Grant Thornton Johannesburg audit practice. GTC is nationally represented with offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.

Core Capabilities

The GTC Group

Our History

Our Core Capabilities in terms of products and services include:

  • Employee benefits consulting and administration
  • Private client wealth management
  • Healthcare consulting
  • Asset management, with specific capabilities in stock broking, derivatives trading, multi-management, transition management, investment consulting and investment analytics
  • Short-Term Risk Solutions
  • Unit Trust Management
  • Fiduciary Services
  • View all services.

The GTC group consists of:

  • GTC Holdings (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC Management Company (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC Administrators (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC Employee Benefits Administration (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC Securities (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC Derivatives (Pty) Ltd
  • GTC Risk Solutions (Pty) Ltd

GTC Management Company is registered in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act as a Unit Trust Management company.

GTC is a licensed investment manager for both retirement funds and private clients in accordance with The Financial Services Board requirements.

GTC Employee Benefits Administration is a retirement fund administration business.

GTC Securities and GTC Derivatives are registered members of the JSE Securities Exchange, on the equities and derivatives markets respectively.

GTC was established in 1991 from within the Grant Thornton Johannesburg audit practice, itself part of Grant Thornton International. (The Johannesburg audit practice was established in 1920.)

Effective late 2012, GTC was obliged to separate itself from Grant Thornton due to various international regulations imposed by the SEC, which separated the asset management capability of any business from that of an audit company.

Grant Thornton Capital rebranded and changed its name to GTC, now operating as a privately owned fully independent entity from Grant Thornton. Founder Gary Mockler remains the CEO and a key shareholder, whilst GTC proudly continues its association with Grant Thornton within the permitted international parameters.

As a financial advisory business, GTC holds all the necessary licenses from the Financial Services Board and is a registered FSP. GTC has been awarded the PMR.africa Diamond and Golden Arrow Awards for excellence in the category of ‘medium-sized pension fund administrators and consultants’ over a number of years.

Collectively the GTC group employs a little over 120 staff in the three national centres. Assets under management and administration total R38 billion. There are 100 000 participating members of retirement funds through about 350 participating employer schemes, most of these structured through one of several GTC umbrella funds. In addition, GTC consults to around 2 500 private clients in terms of their wealth management goals.

GTC continually aspires to being recognised in a crowded market place as a benchmark of best practice and innovative thinking. This objective is measured by ensuring the interests of all our clients are protected and placed at the core of all our decisions, business practices, company culture and ethics.

The depth of our services, the quality of our staff, our uncompromising stance on integrity and professionalism, and the easy accessibility to senior management and shareholders justify the extraordinary client retention that GTC enjoys.

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Corporate structure