Sanlam Investments is one of South Africa’s largest investment management companies, offering a comprehensive range of client-focused investment solutions. Our investment offerings include both passively and actively managed unit trusts, multi managed solutions, international, alternative investments (including hedge funds) and financial planning solutions. When it comes to investing we believe there’s a time to be cautious and a time to be bold. Knowing when to be which is what makes us Wealthsmiths ™.
Glacier by Sanlam brings together niche experts and respected financial services companies to meet wealth management needs. Glacier has grown from being a purely linked investment service provider (LISP) to a provider of an expansive range of wealth management services. This includes providing access to a local and international platform with a selection of solutions from a range of industry experts. It also provides access to leading stockbrokers and niche long-term and short-term insurance solutions - all offered in partnership with financial intermediaries.
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Parag Khanna is the leading next-generation voice on the future of global affairs.
Frans Cronje was educated at St John’s College in Houghton and at the University of the Witwatersrand.
Trevor Manuel is a senior advisor to the Rothschild Group worldwide and Deputy Chairman of Rothschild in South Africa.
David Burns is an Executive Director of the NMG Group, a financial services advisory and intermediary business.
Dawie de Villiers has been the chief executive officer of Sanlam Employee Benefits (SEB) since 2013.
Rob started his career with Alexander Forbes Asset Consultants in October 1997 and advised clients on investment matters until 2006.
As chief actuary and Group risk officer, Anton Gildenhuys is responsible for the actuarial function of Sanlam.
Chief Director for Financial Investments and Savings at the National Treasury.
After graduating from the University of Stellenbosch, Leon joined Old Mutual in the Investment division in 1973.
Patrice Rassou was appointed Head of Equities, Sanlam Investments (SI) in 2011.
Paul Dunne (BSc; MBA) is the chief executive officer of Northam Platinum Limited.
Jannie Durand studied at the University of Stellenbosch and is qualified as a chartered accountant.
Stephen Koseff, Chief Executive Officer of Investec Group.
Maya Fisher-French is a well-known South African financial journalist with her own website MayaonMoney.co.za.
The 2015 summit discussed whether we are facing a social, economic and legislative revolution.
Leading geo-strategic expert and best-selling author.
How is the geopolitical status of the BRICS countries shaping the investment landscape?
Head of Equities at Sanlam Investment Management
Here he captures the essence of his i3 Summit panel discussion with CEOs Jannie Durand, Stephen Kosseff and Paul Dunne - how multi-national companies are dealing with geopolitical risk in their growth strategy, their industry challenges and how they deal with increased market volatility.
CEO Sanlam Employee Benefits
Dawie discusses the shift from stand-alone to umbrella funds and the important role the adviser plays in the new environment.
What road lies ahead for SA? (Part 1)
Watch part 1 of this short interview with Dr Frans Cronje and find out what he believes Government and businesses have to do to prevent South Africa from sliding towards a ‘rocky road’ scenario.
What road lies ahead for SA? (Part 2)
Watch part 2 of this short interview with Dr Frans Cronje and find out what he believes Government and businesses have to do to prevent South Africa from sliding towards a ‘rocky road’ scenario.
Watch this short interview with Trevor Manuel and find out what are the changes needed by businesses, unions and trustees to launch South Africa on a path of increased economic growth.
Should the investment industry prepare for a revolution? Sanlam’s i3 Summit looks at the global and local shifts impacting the investment industry
Parag Khanna - Tips for SA as old world order slips away…
Tips from three survivors