Mmela Financial Services has a credo that guides our actions every day, with all of our clients. Simply, “no one gets left behind”. This philosophy of inclusion ensures that the needs of all South Africans are at the heart of our business.
Mmela Financial Services is a Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) company that supplies unsurpassed service and innovative products. Our creative vision allows us to provide solutions that are tailor made for our clients and their unique requirements.
Mmela sets out to provide financial services to individuals, entrepreneurs, small, medium and micro enterprises as well as large corporates.
Be a leading, dynamic and entrepreneurially driven insurance and asset finance brokerage.
To provide unsurpassed customer service and innovative insurance and asset finance solutions, and to create long term and sustainable partnerships.
Our objective is to manage our client’s risks by utilising a wide range of insurance products and services
Established by committed black entrepreneurs, Mmela has vast experience in sectors including, asset financing, manufacturing, energy, mining, property, construction, transport and logistics.
Mmela is driven by a passion for creating partnerships that benefit the poor and empower women, children and the disabled. We deliver solutions that tackle the challenges of economic transformation in South Africa today.
Our hands-on experience in diverse economic areas and our proven expertise, allows us to harness the full force of our Company’s resources to reduce risk.
Our focus on financial risks allows our clients to have peace of mind, ensuring that no one gets left behind.
3 Core principles underline our business values
- Value, an equation balancing expertise and cost
- Risk transfer, a highly skilled exercise requiring diligence and experience to shift risk from one party to another
- Affordability, the science of marrying costs to the expectations and restraints of our clients Mmela also actively embraces the tenets of the King III Report on Corporate Governance.
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