Please note that our main number has changed to 011 502 8810.

At Galileo Capital, we believe in questioning the status quo. We are continuously investigating new possibilities and striving to find innovative ways to improve on accepted methodologies and conventions. We believe that no system or process is ever perfect - there is always room for improvement. Our aim is to find those solutions that enable us to supply our clients with the best possible products and services. Hence our slogan: Challenging conventional wisdom.

Galileo Capital is a Registered Financial Services Provider (FSP), approved and regulated by the Financial Services Board (FSB). Our team consists of highly motivated and qualified professionals with more than 90 years of combined experience in the financial services industry. By pooling our skills, knowledge and experience, we are able to provide superior products and services to our clients.

Apart from our head office in Johannesburg, we also have an office in Cape Town. We are committed to maintaining a strong presence in the Western Cape region to continue supporting our valued client base. We believe in giving our valued clients a hands-on, personalised service. In order to fulfil this objective, we have established a physical presence with a dedicated team to service the Western Cape area.

For more information on the products and services offered by each of the divisions, please select the corresponding link.

 
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