Our mission and vision

The Raging Bull Awards honours the leaders of the South African collective investment industry. The annual ceremony, which represents the "Oscars" of the industry, celebrates the top performing actively managed funds and the best unit trust management companies to the end of the previous year. The winners are determined by ProfileData using its PlexCrown Ratings methodology. Raging Bull trophies and certificates are awarded for straight performance over three years and for risk-adjusted performance over five years, the latter taking into account a fund's consistency of performance and risk profile. The most coveted award is the South African Manager of the Year, based on the overall risk-adjusted performance of a manager’s qualifying funds.


Vuyo Lee

Vuyo Lee, Director of Marketing and Corporate Affairs at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)
since March 2021, boasts a rich career spanning over 20 years. With roots in the Fast Moving
Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry, Vuyo transitioned to financial services, holding pivotal roles at
prominent organizations. At the JSE, she defines her role by engaging stakeholders, providing
strategic direction, and overseeing marketing, communications, transformation, and government
relations to align with the group’s goal of “growing shared prosperity.”

Dr. Pali Lehohla

Pali is a member of the steering committee of the Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network (MPPN)
and the former Statistician-General of South Africa and former Head of Statistics South Africa from
2000–2017. He served as Co-Chair of PARIS21 and as Chair of the UN Statistics Commission. He was
the founding chair of the Statistics Commission of Africa (StatCom Africa) and chaired the African
Symposium for Statistical Development (ASSD). He was the Vice President of the International
Statistics Institute (ISI) and a sponsor of the Young African Statistician (YAS) movement. He has
served on the Independent Expert Advisory Group advising the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon
on data revolution. He remains on the Independent Advisory Panel (IAP) to the UN Secretary General
on the health of mothers, adolescents and children.