Kwesi Nicholas’ Net Worth & Bio – Real Housewives of Sydney


Kwesi Nicholas is a Sydney-based investment banker. Kwesi enjoys giving motivating talks and seminars to prospective bankers. Melissa Tkautz, one of the cast members of Bravo TV’s successful reality program “The Real Housewives of Sydney,” is his wife. However, since he did not want to be on such a prominent stage, he has nearly never been on an episode of the program, allowing him to keep a low profile.

Kwesi Nicholas' Net Worth

In 2022, Kwesi Nicholas’ net worth is estimated to be $5 million. His career as an investment banker is his main source of income. He is employed with the Macquarie Group’s Macquarie Equipment Finance Inc. The firm performs a multitude of things, including asset management and specialized finance solutions for businesses.

His fortune is also growing as a result of his occasional lectures and motivational talks to potential bankers. He’s even collaborated with Deloitte Australia to conduct a series of talks on ‘Robotic Process Automation Implementation.’

Kwesi's Early Life

Kwesi Nicholas’ early childhood history is unknown since he avoids disclosing too much of his personal life to the public and prefers to maintain a low profile. This page will be updated when additional information becomes available.

Kwesi Nicholas' Education

At this time, there is no information regarding Kwesi Nicholas’ educational history, including if he graduated or earned a degree. He strives to maintain a low profile and avoids sharing too much about his personal life to the public. We will update this page when new information becomes available.

Kwesi Nicholas' Wife and Family Life

Kwesi Nicholas married Melissa Tkautz after dating for almost five years. The couple tied the knot at the Sandstone Cardinal Cerretti Chapel, in Manly, Sydney. The wedding was a typical Catholic ceremony accompanied by most of their friends and family, as well as her agent, Stephen Bennett, who stated in an interview that the ceremony brought virtually all of the attendees to tears.

Cuba, a boy, and Alya, a girl, are the couple’s two children. Ayla is eleven years old and Cuba is eight. The family lives in Sydney, Australia, on the Northern Beaches.

Kwesi Nicholas' Career

Kwesi Nicholas makes a career as an investment banker. According to his LinkedIn profile, Kwesi was employed at UBS for more than six years. He worked at UBS Equities Business Unit Control for 2 years and 9 months as a Director in Finance Change Management. He additionally worked at UBS Equities Business Unit Control for three years and six months as a director in Finance Change Management.

Kwesi has over 20 years of finance expertise and has served as a director for many banks and financial institutions. He has worked with the Macquarie Group in Australia for the last 16 years. He became the divisional director in program business lead for the Global General Ledger Replacement Program, which he has been leading since 2018. For Macquarie’s “Effort Fusion,” a multi-year program to replace Macquarie’s existing PeopleSoft global general ledger and related sub ledgers with Oracle’s SaaS “Fusion” suite of products and services, he represents the major Stakeholder of Finance, Tax, and Treasury. He was also in charge of the program’s beginning phase, which included platform and vendor/system integrator due diligence, selection, and approval by the Business/Board/Regulatory. 

From 2007 through 2013, Kwesi served as the Divisional Director of the Project Management Office Lead. He was the worldwide Finance function’s change portfolio manager. From 2013 through 2018, he worked at Financial Management Group as the Chief Operating Officer. For the Financial Management Group, he was in charge of Change, Data, Strategy, Operational Excellence, and Internal Communications, as well as Finance, Tax, and Group Treasury.

Furthermore, as a divisional director, he periodically gives conferences and motivational speeches to bankers. He’s even collaborated with Deloitte Australia to provide a series of lectures on ‘Robotic Process Automation Implementation.’

In addition, he enjoys giving back and has participated in MS Sydney’s ‘Gong Ride,’ an event designed to generate cash to assist those battling from Multiple Sclerosis.

Today, Kwesi Nicholas works as an investment banker while also supporting his wife, Melanie, on Bravo TV’s blockbuster reality show “The Real Housewives of Sydney.”

Kwesi Nicholas On Melanie Tkautz Joining "The Real Housewives of Sydney"

Kwesi Nicholas’ wife, Melissa Tkautz, was requested to join the cast of “Real Housewives of Sydney.” Despite her reservations at first, she agreed to take part in the program. Kwesi, on the other hand, was apprehensive about appearing on such a prominent stage and has therefore nearly never been on an episode of the program, allowing him to keep a low profile. Regardless of not appearing on the program, he does sometimes join his wife to a few social engagements and parties, and he makes an effort to attend any activities involving his children.

It’s also been alleged that the banker, considering the raunchy nature of the Real Housewives franchises, made sure to notify his employer, Nicholas Moore, that his wife Melissa will be appearing on the program. This was done to prevent any wild shocks that may generate an odd atmosphere among management and jeopardize Kwesi’s reputation. It’s undoubtedly one of the primary reasons Kwesi has decided to keep away from the cameras in order to concentrate on his professional endeavors.

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Facts About Kwesi Nicholas

Nationality Australian
Estimate Net Worth $5 million
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