Preparing in advance and contributing sufficiently toward your pension is vital. It is never too early to start saving and you should review your status every few years to make sure your retirement plans are on track. Absa's Financial Planning Life Cycle is the product that will help you make timely ... More Details »
Discovery Life changed the face of South African life assurance by changing the fundamentals of life assurance products. We moved away from the traditional combination of risk and investment and embraced a structure focusing on risk only. This approach meets the consumer's needs through innovative ... More Details »
Capital Alliance Life is now a wholly owned subsidairy of the Liberty Life Group. Our reputation for operational excellence has been enhanced through the integration of the life insurance business of Norwich Life, Fedsure Life and Saambou Life onto our administrative infrastructure and the integration ... More Details »
Today, Metropolitan is a well-established, truly African-based business providing aspirational individuals, and the people who represent them, with customised financial service packages that protect and enhance their assets. By sharing in people’s lives, Metropolitan can be trusted to deliver financial ... More Details »
Momentum Wealth, a division of MMI Group Limited, is a local and international investment platform that provides a range of innovative solutions to financial advisers and investors through all the changing seasons of life.
We are ranked as one of the largest linked investment service providers ... More Details »
Life is unpredictable. We may not like to think about it, but a serious – even fatal – illness or accident could happen to anyone. A family dealing with a tragic event should not have to suffer unnecessary stress caused by unexpected costs and the sudden loss of income. Life insurance is ... More Details »
Sanlam was established in 1918 and is a leading financial services group in South Africa. It demutualised in 1998 and is listed on the JSE Securities Exchange in Johannesburg and on the Namibian Stock Exchange. On 31 December 2004 the Group had R350 billion in assets under management and administration ... More Details »
These invest in South African and foreign markets. At least 15 percent of the assets should be held in South African markets at all times and at least 15 percent must be offshore at all times. These have similar mandates to those in the Domestic Asset Allocation category, except they are able to invest locally and offshore.