Who are we?

The Amrichprop Group focuses on quality, niche market focused RETAIL properties, generally ranging in size from only a few thousand square meters to +/-30,000sqm. These shopping centres are generally anchored by one or more of the National supermarket brands, further complimented by a variety of prominent National lineshop Tenants. 

Whilst the majority of its assets are in the Western Cape, in 2014 the Group acquired its first Retail Property in Gauteng (Northcliff).  Subsequently, it also acquired the newly developed Canal Crossing Lifestyle Centre in Potchefstroom, an Undivided Share in the Pick ‘n Pay Hyper Centre in Klerksdorp and most recently an Undivided Share in the prominent Willowbridge Shopping Centre, in Tyger Valley, Cape Town, followed by it's latest acquisition, the Langeberg Mall in Mossel Bay.

With a solid track record and an ever increasing profile amongst National Tenants and other role players in the industry, the Amrichprop Group is ideally positioned to capitalise on its solid asset base, thus ensuring sustained growth going forward.

Financiers: ABSA Bank and Nedbank
Management: MPBB Properties

  • June 2003

    De Keur Centre

    (Pick 'n Pay)

  • July 2003

    Checker Centre

  • June 2004

    De Bron

    (Pick 'n Pay)

  • March 2005

    Pick 'n Pay Centre

  • February 2010

    Simonsrust Center


  • October 2010

    Overberg Centre


  • May 2014

    Ceres Square


  • August 2014

    L'Corro Centre

  • November 2015

    Canal Crossing Centre

    (Pick 'n Pay)

  • December 2015

    Pick 'n Pay

    Hypermarket Centre

  • March 2017

    Willowbridge Centre


  • December 2018

    Eden Meadows Shopping Centre

  • December 2020

    Langeberg Mall

    Mossel Bay

Reg Aldridge (Non-Executive Director), Andre Mouton (CEO) and Braam Viljoen (Non-Executive Director)
Reg Aldridge (Non-Executive Director), Andre Mouton (CEO) and Braam Viljoen (Non-Executive Director)

Reg Aldridge:

After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (SA), Reg spent several years at Investec Bank in Group Tax and Specialised Finance, gaining extensive experience in corporate and investment banking. He moved on to set up the Specialised Finance Capacity at another JSE listed financial corporation in the capacity as director and had subsequently served as a founding director of a leading independent asset finance company and the Amrichprop Group, before joining Tradestream as Group CEO.

André Mouton:

With more than 30 years of experience in the Property Industry, Andre has been involved in several property sectors, including Residential and Commercial Development Projects. After being the Co-Seller to Amrichprop of its 1st acquisition in 2003, he joined Amrichprop and thereafter managed the Fund, focusing specifically on further acquisitions and redevelopment opportunities. Andre is also a shareholder in the portfolio and has acted as the fund’s CEO since inception.

Braam Viljoen:

Subsequent to his internship with Deloitte and consequent qualification as a Chartered Accountant, Braam joined the Risk Management division of Investec Bank Ltd. Braam was soon after repositioned and for the succeeding 4 years fundamentally involved in the bank's Specialised Finance division. In 1998 Braam and two associates instituted the Specialised Finance Division of a leading JSE listed corporation. Braam functioned as the business's Managing Director until 2003 when he joined Merchant West Holdings as a founding director and CEO of the Group.