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The dawn of thematic investing

Thematic investing has become progressively more popular and focuses on the future investment landscape, targeting economic development and trends that will shape the future says, Eugene Botha, Deputy Chief Investment Officer at Momentum Investments

Tapping into family office investors

What private equity fund managers need to know.

Mazi Asset Management

Mazi Asset Management is an established black asset management firm serving institutional and retail clients in South Africa
Family offices South Africa

Guernsey has the advantages for family offices

Chris Hards, Senior Associate at law firm Ogier in Guernsey, explains why family office structures are particularly attractive for Guernsey
Regime shift: investing into the new era

Regime shift: investing into the new era

As this economic cycle ends, we shouldn’t expect to see the patterns of the past decade repeated says, Azad Zangana, Senior European Economist and Strategist at Schroders.

COP27 wrap-up: an historic deal was made, but what comes next?

Irene Lauro, Environmental Economist at Schroders, provides a summary of what happened at COP27 in Egypt and what to look out for at COP15.

The pandemic’s influence on cancer diagnosis

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death globally, causing one in six deaths as stated by the World Health Organization says, Liberty Corporate

Investing in smart beta funds

Smart beta investing is not as complex as it may sound says, Loftie Botha, portfolio manager at Momentum Investments

Data that can help you keep a cool investing head in...

Markets have continued to fall as investors focus on the longer-term outcomes of the conflict and how these play into other concerns including sharply higher inflation, rising interest rates and a potential recession says, Duncan Lamont, CFA Head of Strategic Research, Schroders

SA investors going global

T he announcement that Regulation 28 will be reformed to allow an increase in the foreign allocation to 45% in total (the 10% separate allocation for Africa has fallen away) has made waves in the investment industry in South Africa.