Draft Default Regulations: What are we in f... by Denver Keswell, Senior legal advisor

On 9 December 2016 National Treasury issued the second draft of their retirement funds default regulations. Treasury has made numerous amendments to the first draft, which we wrote about in our article titled “Draft Default Regulations: what are we in for?”1 While many interesting issues were raised in the second draft, this article will focus on a few.

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And then, Donald Trump was elected President by George Cipolloni, SUB-INVESTMENT MANAGER OF THE GLOBAL CAUTIOUS FUND

2016 posed many challenges for the global financial markets. In the US, however, a rocky start to the year, Brexit, a surprise Trump upset, nor the Fed raising interest rates could prevent equity indices from hitting all-time highs before year-end.

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A tax-efficient strategy to enhance your sa... by Jannie Leach, Head of Core Investments

Wealth is normally associated with the amount of financial capital you have accumulated, whether it is property, investments and/or other assets. There is however another important form of wealth that is often overlooked, namely your human capital

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Can SA remain investment grade? by Rashaad Tayob , Manager of the Flexible Income Fund

The threat of a ratings downgrade hung over SA markets throughout 2016. Despite concerted efforts to unseat Pravin Gordhan as Minister of finance, he managed to survive, along with our investment grade rating.

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