Lessons learnt from unprecedented times
By Nic Andrew, Head of Nedgroup Investments
An unprecedented speed of collapse of markets in March. An unprecedented global pandemic with extrao...
Time to read: 5 min
Excess liquidity in the world economy is at the highest level since the end of the Global Financial Crisis.
As Global markets fell dramatically in the first quarter of 2020, it provided an opportunity for portfolio managers that had been conservatively positioned to take advantage of the dry powder they had hoarded.
The Nedgroup Investments Core funds provide the investor with low-cost exposure to a range of local and global asset classes.
The lack of inflationary growth from the domestic equity market over the past few years, combined with the market sell-off caused by the recent global Coronavirus pandemic, has had a material impact on investors’ living annuities and the sustainability of their income.
There are two components to the Nedgroup Investments Stable Fund’s investment objective.
Quarter two 2020 industry statistics will reflect an enormous flow of money into cash type unit trusts.
For most South Africans, their retirement savings is the largest sum of money they will ever have. As they approach retirement, making a decision on what to do with their entire life savings is a daunting task.
Historically, voters have expressed their loudest voice on resolutions pertaining to executive and non-executive directors’ remuneration.
On the 8 June 2020 the FSCA published the Draft Conduct Standard of 2020: Conditions for Living Annuities in an Annuity Strategy.