Negative interest rates – A new abnormal? by Ray Wallace, Manager of the Nedgroup Investments Money Market Fund

It seems a little odd contemplating the concept of negative interest rates, in a country where we are staring down the twin barrels of interest rate hikes and a possible ratings downgrade. Perhaps somewhat, like us worrying about Warren Buffett’s tax bill. Not our problem, or is it?

Time to read: 7 min

Managing your human capital through your ca... by Jannie Leach, Head of Core Investments

At the start of your career you normally have very little financial wealth. This is because generally, starting salaries are low and as such, most of it is likely to be allocated towards paying for basic necessities such as rent, car payments or paying off study loans. You do however have a very important financial asset that many people tend to overlook: yourself.

Time to read: 6 min

Big trends impacting the wealth management ... by Nic Andrew, Head of Nedgroup Investments

Norway says it is going to ban petrol cars from 2025. Uber has placed an order for the first 500 000 driverless cars. The immediate impact of these changes on oil and auto companies may be obvious. But what about other, less obvious knock-on effects, such as the implications for insurance companies; whether or not we will still need parking and garages; and the layout of cities and infrastructure?

Time to read: 6 min