Investment Outcomes

  • Sanlam Intelligence
    3 April 2019

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    Self-indexing: should index managers track their own proprietary indices?
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    A fundamental movement in index tracking has been fund managers building their own indices, commonly known as self-indexing. Factor investing specialists such as WisdomTree were among the first to take this route. Clearly, there are advantages and disadvantages to self-indexing, says Jason Swartz from Satrix.
  • Sanlam Investments
    28 March 2019

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    Music royalties: A surprisingly tangible investment
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    Music royalties can be a lucrative investment, diversifying away from other Alternative Investments. Mike Pinggera discusses how the Sanlam Real Assets Fund makes money from buying music rights.
  • 15 August 2018

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    How to invest meaningfully into Africa
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    The opportunity set that exists in Africa presents investors with a sufficiently broad universe to bring positive, risk-adjusted benefits to institutional portfolios says Todd Micklethwaite, a member of the Client Solutions and Research team at Sanlam Investments.
  • 18 July 2018

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    Demystifying Alternatives
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    The Batseta Council of Retirement Funds of South Africa hosts conferences that address the concerns of retirement fund members and offer consolidated advice to trustees and principal officers.
  • 13 June 2018

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    Incorporating alternatives into traditional portfolios
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    Investment managers, asset consultants and retirement fund trustees are faced with a hard fact: traditional asset classes are no longer yielding attractive or even real returns in this low return environment.
  • 16 May 2018

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    Evaluate alternative assets from a fresh perspective
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    Allocation to alternative asset classes such as private equity, infrastructure, real estate and unlisted credit seems to be gaining ever more traction globally.
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