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Dorothy Davis and Walter Fraser are among South Africa’s top BlueStar advisers and qualified for the national convention. Wally Fraser was absent. (Photos supplied)

Local advisers win big at Sanlam event


Local financial service provider, Fraser & Associates BlueStar Limpopo was one of the top performers when Sanlam Limpopo recently awarded the province’s best performing advisers for their client-driven and professional service at an awards ceremony in Polokwane.
Wally and Walter Fraser were both in the top ten Sanlam Limpopo Finiancial Advisers who were announced at the event.
Willem Barnard, Business Manager of Sanlam Limpopo says the advisers had to achieve certain production numbers based on specific norms and standards. “Insurance and investments are wealth creators and therefore it is very important that Sanlam advisers are equipped to offer the best advice in order to create wealth for our clients,” he said.
Fourteen advisers qualified for the Limpopo Champion of Champions awards and 15 qualified for the prestige Sanlam Eagle Awards. Barnard explained that advisers had to achieve certain production values during the year to win these awards.
At the same function 15 advisers were recognised for achieving the International Quality Award (IQA), eight advisers who have less than 36 months of service and achieved certain targets were welcomed to the Falcon Club and nine advisers were honoured for qualifying for Sanlam’s Club 100.
Wally and Walter Fraser of Fraser & Associates BlueStar were named as one of Sanlam South Africa’s top BlueStar advisers and both qualified for the international convention in Dubrovnik, Croatia in April. Walter also won the title of Limpopo Glacier Investment Plan Champion.
Dorothy Davies, who hails from Lephalale, was named second best adviser nationally and qualified for the Sanlam Elite Club and international convention.


The Limpopo Sanlam advisers who qualified for the Champion of Champions Awards are Titus Shitlhangu, Rico Honeycomb, Walter Fraser and Christopher van der Westhuizen in front. In the middle are Elmien Lottering, Zagonell van der Walt, Renate Filipe, Edith Marx, Anshe Kruger and Lourens Greyling. At the back are Chantelle Coetzee, Dorothy Davies and Kobus McCabe. Wally Fraser and Johan Bothma were absent.