If you’re thinking about tech,
who’s thinking about your customer?
It can take a lot of time and money to build new technology systems, or retrofit legacy ones, while growing your business in an increasingly complex environment. DMA’s proprietary technology stack is designed to simplify investment management processes, so regulated entities can focus on what matters: growing wealth.
There is no scale
without shared services.
Thanks to our shared-services model, partners benefit from reduced costs and improved productivity. Our modular technologies give you the flexibility to implement only the system you need, while connecting front, middle and back office in one SaaS solution.
DMA helps over 140 institutional investors across South Africa, Mauritius and the UK keep pace with a changing industry.
We help private investors get more from the markets, and feel better about their money, through our award-winning retail platfrom, moneybetter.
And we believe that we have a responsibility to improve savings culture, and make investing more accessible to more people.
Chief Executive Officer
Ryan completed his degree in Business Management and Economics at the University of Stellenbosch in 2013. After studying, Ryan began his career in the equity markets and hedge fund risk management space. In 2016 he joined DMA (then still Saxo Capital Markets) where he has managed many areas of the business, including Private Clients, Treasury, Regulatory Reporting, and the Project Management Office, before moving to the UK to become Managing Director of DMA UK in 2021.
Alex is an experienced analyst, portfolio manager, business manager and content strategist having spent 28 years at BlackRock and predecessor companies Mercury Asset Management and Merrill Lynch Investment Managers. Before joining DMA, Alex developed a consulting business covering all aspects of money management and research with a particular speciality in ESG. Alex is a member of the CFA Institute and the CISI and holds a MA in Economics from Cambridge University.
Having spent most of his career working for banking institutions in South Africa, Richard has been involved with retail distribution and market-making of derivatives products with Nedbank, Investec and Macquarie before starting DMA (formerly Saxo Capital Markets SA and New Street Brokers). Retail client education and enabling financial growth through simple and efficient access to products is his passion and drives his desire to enable investors to be more in touch with their money. Richard holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and is a member of the South African Institute of Stockbrokers.