Liz Randles

Liz Randles obtained both the Post-Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning and the Advanced Post-Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning (Specialising in Employee Benefits) underwritten by the University of the Free State.

Liz has a BA degree from the University of South Africa (UNISA) and is currently studying through UNISA to complete a further degree.  She successfully completed a Foundation Management Course through the Gordon Institute of Business Science.

Liz has also attained a number of other formal and informal qualifications in the employee benefits field ranging from benefit design to investments.   Liz has a strong administrative and consulting background with more than 20 years of experience in the field. 

She has consulted to a number of large clients and has served as the principal consultant to the main board of various umbrella funds.    Liz was a director and shareholder of Tennant Benefit Consultants and has been employed in management positions with various administration houses and consulting firms.   

Henry Dul

Henry is regarded as an expert on retirement fund matters and regularly participates in industry forums addressing various aspects of retirement fund management

Henry studied law through the University of South Africa (UNISA) in 1986. During 1988 and 1995 he completed both the Life and Pensions examinations from the then Institute of Life and Pensions Advisors (now the prestigious Financial Planning Institute) underwritten by the University of the Free State, Henry has also attained a number of other formal and informal qualifications in fields ranging from marketing and sales management to investments. After a stint as a public prosecutor and magistrate Henry joined Sanlam during 1988 in the legal department of the broker services division. He was later transferred to the group benefits department as senior legal consultant where he progressed to the position of senior manager negotiated benefits market.

Henry recently (2016) published a manual for trustees - 'A Practical Guide for The Pension Fund Trustee' (AIM Books). 

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