Francois Meyer is a straightforward, no-nonsense Independent Financial Advisor with OPES TRUST. He has been in the industry for 39 years and has a wealth of experience and knowledge. Francois’s sole purpose as a financial planner is to be your wingman. He will watch your six, just like they do in the Air Force. He will help you set realistic financial goals and monitor your progress. He will provide expert advice and support on investments, insurance, retirement planning, estate planning, and more. He will ensure that your financial plan is aligned with your values and wishes. Francois works with his clients on a fee basis, so you can trust that he has your best interests at heart. He will not sell you any products or services that are not suitable for your needs. Francois is a financial planner with a difference. He will be there for you and your loved ones until the end of your journey. He is not just a planner; he is a partner.
OPES TRUST is licensed as a category 1 financial services provider with license number FSP45423 and is also registered with the Financial Intelligence Centre with Org ID number 30604.
OPES TRUST is a company that provides trusts, pension, retirement, and employee benefit solutions. investments, insurance, retirement planning, estate planning, and more. It is based in South Africa, a well-regulated and highly respected jurisdiction for financial services.
OPES TRUST has been in the industry since 2014 and has a range of award-winning products and services that cater to the needs of private and corporate clients.
OPES TRUST aims to protect, preserve, and enhance client wealth by offering expert advice and support on various aspects of financial planning. OPES TRUST respects the client-adviser relationship and works with them to achieve their financial goals.
LICENSES & ACCREDITATIONS
- Cat 1 Financial Services Provider - License Number FSP45423
- Registered With The Financial Intelligence Centre - Org ID 30604
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Retirement Planning
- Financial Services
- Insurance Services