Welcome to f-wise capital
F-wise Capital (Pty) Ltd was established in 2011 and is a member of the JSE as well as an Authorised Financial Service Provider (FSP No: 48564). It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Farmwise Grains which was established in 1997 and is one of the founding members of the Agricultural Markets Division of Safex (now the Commodity Derivatives Market of the JSE). F-wise Capital is, however, a completely separate entity that provides services including Fixed Income and Currency trading on the JSE’s IRC Market (formely know as Yield-X), brokerage and DIRO services.
The separation of brokerage activities from physicals activities was a key reason for forming F-wise Capital as a separate entity. This has allowed for client services to be executed with more efficiency and the correct amount of transparency. F-wise Capital has a highly dedicated and experienced team, to support client requests, and keep abreast of the ever-changing financial market dynamics..
F-wise Capital maintains a representative client base, with the focus on quality relationships with mostly corporate and individual clients. Our emphasis is on becoming an integral part of the market evaluation process, strategy formulation and effective execution. Our primary function as a broker is to affect the orders of our clientsand to meet their specifc needs.
The key to our business is adding value. This entails timely reporting, effective market analysis, both on a technical and fundamental basis, and instant access to our dealing desk. To this end, one has to evaluate the extent of the investment in intellectual capital and infrastructure. F-wise Capital has at least four dedicated qualified brokers. This ensures a relatively small broker to client ratio, which is crucial in terms of the relationships we build.
Our’Always Can” principle means that we will always find a solution to satisfy our client requirements.
Our dealing team are experts in their fields, with experience in a variety of markets, including the South African financial, interest rate and forex markets.