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Xolane Ndhlovu founded the holding management firm UMEH Group, and turned it into one of the most prominent privately-owned asset manager companies in South Africa. “He is one of the humblest people you’ll ever meet”, said a company spokesperson. “He is an incredibly curious person. He is also enormously generous and strong-willed.”
Ndhlovu manages the company’s investment strategies. The company is currently a multi-million rand empire. Born to John Umeh and Suzan Ndhlovu, Xolane Ndhlovu is a philanthropist and businessman from Mpumalanga, South Africa. He is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology, where he received an MBA.
We asked the company’s staff what they consider the secret of the company’s recently-acquired success. “One of the most important aspects about our company is that we the work we do has very long-term orientation. Our decisions are based on long-term basis”, staff members said. “For this reason, we are encouraged to work and act ethically, and in accordance to the best interests of our clients. Also, we like independent thinking; we look for new routes, and try to avoid the beaten paths.”