• Imara in Zimbabwe

    Imara, the oldest operational brokerage in Zimbabwe, offers clients a thorough background knowledge and in-depth understanding of Zimbabwe and the country’s present and future investment opportunities, having maintained a market presence in the country that dates back to the formation of Edwards & Company in 1954. Our Imara operations in Zimbabwe are well established and represent three pillars of our product and service offering, namely: Imara Asset Management – one of the largest institutional fund managers in Zimbabwe. Our clients include blue-chip retirement funds, high net worth individuals and corporates. Imara Corporate Finance – offers a variety of corporate financial services and is a non-member institution of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange. Imara Fiduciary - offers a unique range of products and specialist services with specific focus on on two distinct areas of business namely Independent Security Agent/ Investment Trustee and Corporate Agency Services. Imara Edwards Securities – the largest stockbroking and securities house in Zimbabwe with unparalleled market research capabilities, excellent client networks and equity specific skills.

  • Contact Imara in Zimbabwe

    Imara Corporate Finance Sean Gammon Managing Director | Imara Capital Zimbabwe Tel +263 4 790 164 Email: sean.gammon@imara.com

    Asset Management John Legat Group Head of Imara Asset Management Tel +263 4 790 090 Email: john.legat@imara.com

    Securities Thedias Kasaira Managing Director | Imara Edwards Securities (Pvt) Ltd. Tel +263 4 790 211 Email: thedias.kasaira@imara.com

    Imara Fiduciary Markus De Klerk Managing Director | Imara Fiduciary Zimbabwe Tel +263 4 790164/790280/790304 Email: markus.deklerk@imara.com

    Zimbabwe is blessed with natural resources. It has the third largest reserves of platinum in the world and a wealth of other mineral resources, including diamonds, gold, chrome, nickel and coal. Agriculture, once the backbone of the economy, suffered during the 2000’s but has also shown recent solid growth and considerable potential remains. Tourism, financial services, transport and retail are also important economic drivers. The country has one of the best developed financial services industries in Africa, with a well established local investment base. The first stock exchange was established in 1896 and today the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange is one of the larger sub-Saharan markets. Zimbabwe’s main exports are diamonds, gold, chrome, nickel and coal. Total area: 390,757 sq km Population: 12,754,378 (2011, source: World Bank) Currency: Multi-currency system, mainly US Dollar