My Treasury helps South Africans find the best returns on their savings. The My Treasury Savings Optimiser makes saving simple, efficient and transparent.
My Treasury connects South Africans with the optimum account for their savings preferences. The My Treasury Savings Optimiser provides users with personalised information to choose the best bank account for them and secures the highest returns on their cash savings.
My Treasury’s Money Matters magazine considers the South African political and economic landscape with the aim of informing the public about the consequences for their personal wealth. The magazine also features regular money saving tips and spotlight features.
Daniel is an accountant by training, financial entrepreneur by nature, with a passion for financial services and property. Daniel founded, listed and sold Annuity Properties, a Real Estate Investment Trust. Seeing the importance of optimising cash management to the day-to-day business operations of his property fund, he realised the need for a savings rate aggregation website in South Africa. My Treasury is his vision.
Michael is a Harvard-educated investment strategist and a South African Chartered Accountant. Michael worked for many years in asset management in London, focused on maximising pension funds' risk-adjusted returns. Michael has recently returned to South Africa and is passionate about putting his financial analysis skills to work back home with My Treasury.
Simon Shear, Co-founder @axaxaxasimon
Simon is a writer and editor based in Johannesburg. He has worked in online news for South Africa's premier media companies and in digital content marketing.
My Treasury combines skills in economics, accounting and journalism. The team is passionate about communicating sophisticated concepts to the general public in a clear and accessible way. One of My Treasury’s core concerns is analysing data to take the guesswork out of consumer and investment decisions, giving South Africans access to useful and relevant information so that they can make better savings decisions.