Leafsecure Relocates your funds anywhere in the World.

We provide premier Financial Emigration services to South Africans worldwide. With everything under one roof, we’re here to help you with all your Financial Requirements.




We innovate systematically, continuously and successfully by developing our resources and technological advances.



Performance is about solving problems and building relationships with our clients and partner networks, to ensure we evolve and achieve expectations.

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We are a full-service solutions provider offering a turnkey service from money transfers to vehicle finance.


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Read what some of our similar clients say.

“In three words I can sum up my experience - Professional, Transparent, Value.”

Lourens Bothma

“I really appreciate the great service received from all of you as well as the good instructions received throughout the process”. “I Will be recommending you to other South Africans we know here in Australia.”

Lyndsay Marshall, Australia

A massive thank you to the people at the Auckland office. They answer every email and every call and made me feel like I was their only client. Highly recommended.

Wikus Mostert

"Great rates and very efficient service, we appreciate you making this "redtape" procedure so simple."

Oscar de Jager

“I appreciate the speedy, professional service received and the clear instructions. I was especially surprised by how good the rates and fees were. Thank you for keeping my money safe"

Christo Botha, New Zealand

“We were really worried about transfering our money around the world, but the team was really re-assuring and transparent. Needless to say our money arrived safe in Australia..”

Jacques Bergh


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We work with a select few Partners in both the private and public sectors.

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Our Consultants

A complimentary team of experts.

Consultants Role

Our consultants, first of all, has to have the ability to understand function over form and cause over effect, because the consultant is going to either be brought in for a specific or a macro problem. 

Consulting in its purest sense is the ability to magnetize a  professional, mature or progress in their journey to areas of critical performance based on meaningful, experienced, and documented understanding of the issue. Those critical areas can be money transfers, financial Emigration, any of the 9 drivers that I talk about, tax clearance, etc. It’s not a theoretical process and it’s not only understanding the macro problem but also the nuances.

Majority of our team has a background in spearheading projects in Forex and Tax consulting. They spent significant time in this arena, where they accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience, not only working with and distributing funds across the world but also in cultivating relationships with people from all walks of life


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