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MoneyWeb’s Simon Brown chats with OrbVest CEO, Martin Freeman and operations director, Justin Clarke to uncover out what is driving the unparalleled demand for medical true estate throughout the United states, and why so many South African traders are capitalising on the potent rand to diversify their portfolios in favour of stable money-generating industrial real estate in the United states.

Find out additional about how OrbVest has made it possible to participate in this asset class, normally only obtainable to corporate and institutional investors and get an early opportunity to participate in their latest professional medical place of work creating obtainable in Orlando, Florida, OrbVest’s 33rd health care building.

This webinar usually takes position on Tuesday, June 29 at 16h00. You can register below.

OrbVest has built an enviable popularity supporting traders from South Africa grow their wealth, with the peace of mind that their financial investment is underpinned by a sturdy asset class in critical states throughout America.

Additional on the attendees: 

Martin Freeman
Main executive officer

Freeman is an professional entrepreneur with extra than 30 a long time of prosperous startups. He has a seem standing of escalating companies to large scale in various industries that consist of economical companies and fintech.

His concentrate on tactic and leadership, alongside one another with determining and escalating strong govt groups, has culminated in a productive and exponential year-on-yr expansion in corporations in the course of his profession. He finished an govt administration programme at Harvard in 2012.


Justin Clarke
Operational director

Co-founder of Personal House and Just one Africa Media, Clarke is a leader, trader and mentor in the engineering startup ecosystem in Africa. As a founder of Personal House, he direct the enterprise from inception to come to be the main internet marketplace for genuine estate in South Africa.

He co-launched Just one Africa Media in 2012, setting up it into Africa’s greatest world-wide-web classifieds organization operating in 8 nations with a portfolio of 18 corporations. It was not too long ago bought to a Swiss media conglomerate to sort Ringier A single Africa Media ( He even now owns a serious estate business in South Africa and was a house developer in the early 1990s.

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