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SARS Trade Data Commentary

By Karl Gotte, head of Standard Bank Commercial Banking The country posted a trade surplus of R 11. 4bn in March 2017, an improvement from February’s trade surplus of R5. 2bn, which is in line­­ ...
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Citibank agrees to R69.5m fine

Pretoria: Citibank has agreed to pay an administrative penalty of almost R69. 5 million in relation to the bank’s involvement in a forex trading cartel, the Competition Commission said on Wednesday. Citibank ...
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South African High Court rules on South African New Nuclear Build

By Amanda Scribante, Associate, under the supervision of David Davies, Consultant, and Kieran Whyte, Partner, Energy Mining & Infrastructure Practice, Baker McKenzie, Johannesburg   On Wednesday ...
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Bowmans partner is Africa’s first president of Insol International

By Adam Harris, Partner in the Litigation practice at Bowmans In a first for Africa, the continent has produced the top office-bearer at the world’s leading insolvency association, Insol International ...
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Hidden sources of Alpha

By Professor David Gallagher   A look at the big trends among Australia’s superannuation and US pension funds markets through the eyes of Professor David Gallagher, ‘accidental academic” ...
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What sets the world’s top companies apart from their competitors?

Successful companies strive to stay fit at all times, according to Strategy& and PwC research Worldwide, companies in developed and emerging economies are facing significant challenges. These include ...
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Turning unclaimed benefits into windfalls

There’s an estimated R20bn in unclaimed benefits across 3. 5 million policy holders in South Africa. This massive sum represents both an obligation and an opportunity for financial services providers and ...
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Financial planning in tough economic times

Ratings agencies Fitch and Standard & Poor’s decisions to downgrade South African credit to junk status should not come as a surprise, says Gavin Mofsowitz, Senior Financial Planner at Alexander Forbes ...
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A view of SA banks

By Nkareng Mpobane, Fund Manager at Ashburton Investments It is perhaps reasonable to say that leading up to the most recent cabinet reshuffle, most of the local and foreign investors had lowered their expectations ...
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Second Citizenship: South Africans are on the move if they can afford it

While many South Africans are adopting a ‘let’s wait and see’ approach to the country’s recent economic downgrade, increasingly volatile political climate and ever-growing threats of land ...
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Competition Commission is looking for precedent setting excessive pricing case

By Nick Altini, Partner in the Competition Practice at Baker McKenzie in Johannesburg   The South African Competition Commission recently referred a supplier of the main ingredient in bricks used in ...
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Make “protectionism” work for you

By the Ashburton Investments Portfolio Management Services Team How do you invest in global financial markets when they react daily to the whims of a man with one hand on his twitter feed and the other on a ...
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Laws amendment to accommodate health insurance demarcation regulations

      Patrick Bracher, Director Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc.   The pending changes to the Medical Schemes Act and the Long-term and Short-term Insurance ...
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SA keen to ensure certainty, continuity with UK

Pretoria: Government’s priority is to ensure that there is certainty and continuity in the trade and investment relationship between South Africa and the United Kingdom as a result of Brexit, says Trade and ...
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How multi-asset funds can help manage wealth-destroying behaviour

By Jac de Wet, Head of Sales: Southern Regions PSG Wealth   As investors, we are often our own worst enemies. Although most investors often blame the market for not meeting their investment goals, the ...
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Financial advice: what is worth paying for?

The majority of South Africans still pay a financial advisor to help them choose a fund or fund manager. While this is not surprising, given the enormous amount of choice out there in the investment industry, is ...
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Flexible Funds:

These are funds that invest in a flexible combination of assets in the equity, bond, money market and property markets, in order to maximise total returns (comprising capital and income growth) over the long term. These funds are often aggressibley managed, with assets being shifted between the various markets to reflect changing economic and market conditions, in order to maximise returns. Fund managers have no material restrictions governing their ...
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