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‘Leading Financial Investment Firm- Namibia 2021’ accolade goes to Capricorn Group

‘Leading Financial Investment Firm- Namibia 2021’ accolade goes to Capricorn Group

Capricorn Group has just won the title as the “Leading Financial Investment Firm- Namibia 2021.”  The award ceremony is scheduled for early 2022 at the Palm Jumeirah – Waldorf Astoria in Dubai.

The Global Brand Awards is an annual event held by Global Brands magazine, an international publication headquartered in the UK. The award recognises global brands’ performance across a broad range of sectors while keeping its readers updated on crucial trends surrounding the branding world.

Global Brands Chief Executive, Shiv Kumar commented, “Capricorn Group has been selected as representing the cream of the crop for their continued excellence in delivering extraordinary financial services through their diverse business interests. For us, Capricorn Group is the exemplar Finance Group of Namibia based on its decade legacy.”

The  magazine has been at the forefront, bringing news, views and opinions on brands shaping the future of their industry. It provides its readers with the latest news and information on ‘best-in-class brands across the globe. Each year, the magazine develops a series of awards for companies that stood out, have a unique vision, offer exceptional service, implement innovative solutions, and promote consumer-centric products among their industry leaders.

Marlize Horn, Capricorn Group Executive: Brand & Corporate Affairs, was obviously pleased, saying “Capricorn Group is a regional leading financial services group with its origins in Namibia. To be internationally recognised for our strong brand and good reputation in the market is indeed high praise and something all Namibians can be proud of. We exist to be Connectors of Positive Change, and this award is proof that we are doing just that.”

Global Brand Awards honour brands for their excellence in performance and rewards companies across different sectors for the quality of their services. The Brand Awards highlight the accomplishments of organisations that have performed remarkably well in finance, education, hospitality, automotive, lifestyle, education, real estate and technology.


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