Reatile Group Proprietary Limited
Company registration number: 2003/027219/07
Wholesale licence number: W/2007/0001
Atterbury House, Hampton Park, 20 Georgian Crescent, Bryanston
Rödl & Partner
Our company’s official name is REATILE. It is a Tswana phrase meaning “we have grown” or more suitably in our case, “we are growing.”
Reatile Group is a Level 1 B-BBEE contributor, with 100% black ownership and 30% black women ownership. Reatile Group is an investment holding company that was formed in 2003 to take advantage of the opportunities made possible by South Africa’s economic transformation.
The Board and Executive Management team of Reatile have in excess of 200 years combined experience in the energy and allied sectors. They have a proven track record of successfully operating, maintaining, managing and growing a portfolio of energy investments alongside some of the largest energy companies in South Africa and around the world. Furthermore through its active participation in all aspects of the energy sector, the team has developed and maintains sustainable, professional relationships with all key players in the energy sector. These key players include but are not limited to, The Department of Energy, Industry Regulators and other Industry Participants.
Since incorporation, Reatile has concluded 17 acquisitions, disposals and merger transactions (including associated fund raising) and has been actively involved in the funding and implementation of 14 major organic growth projects. As a result, Reatile has developed strong relationships with financiers (Industrial Development Corporation, Nedbank Limited and The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited in particular), corporate and project finance professionals, as well as a host of legal professionals.
The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles that resist change.
The human value that quantifies and defines our interdependence in relationships with others.
Politeness, honor and fairness shown towards someone or something that is considered important.
Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
Understanding that each individual is unique and to recognise and embrace individual differences.
Creating professionalism to learn and innovate by removing constraints.
Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.