I’m biased. And so are you…
By Nic Andrew, Head of Nedgroup Investments
The term behavioural finance is all the rage. Behavioural economists have won Nobel Prizes and attra...
Time to read: 6 min
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Global Diversified Equity Fund (GDE) as the latest addition to our award-winning Best of Breed global fund range – now available for investment.
Amidst the countless competing priorities of ever-increasing expenses when one goes through their working life, sooner or later retirement is upon you seemingly without warning.
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What if we told you that the real value you get from having a financial planner is not necessarily the returns from your investments – but the added benefits of good financial planning and goal-setting?
There has been a proliferation of new unit trust fund launches in South Africa over the past 5 years – particularly for Regulation 28 compliant funds in the low equity and high equity prudential categories. Many of these funds are sub-scale in size resulting in them not being particularly cost effective.
Last month’s conflagration on the South African Reserve Bank (SARB)’s mandate threw the faction fights in the ANC into sharp relief. These fights are currently being fought on three fronts: the SARB, land expropriation without compensation, and the Public Protector’s actions.
In May Nedbank CEO, Mike Brown hosted president Cyril Ramaphosa and several captains of industry as the bank welcomed and inducted 3315 previously unemployed youth who began their 12-month YES journey with Nedbank and its sponsored implementation partners.