Last Updated: Jan 15 2009 - Able2Act


Fact Sheet for Blue Financial Services Limited

Country: ZAF
Contact: Blue Financial Services Ltd. Building 10 107 Haymeadow Street Pretoria, 0081 South Africa Phone: (12) 990-8400
Management: Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer David Van Niekerk Financial Director, Executive Director Johan C. Maritz Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director Riaan A. Swart Company Secretary Reynier Van der Westhuizen Legal Director, Executive Director Wessel J. Smit
Comments: Blue Financial Services Limited (Blue) is a pan-African financier. Blue offers a range of micro-financing products in South Africa, including salary advances, bonded housing finance, pension and provident fund-backed home loans, incremental housing finance (home incremental loans), term loans and insurance (funeral land credit life, with short term imminent). It operates in seven African countries through 130 branches. Since February 28, 2007, Blue has also opened branches in Malawi and Lesotho.
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