Laurium Capital, the independently owned asset manager based in Johannesburg, celebrated its 10th birthday on 31 July this year.
As the needs of independent financial advisers (IFAs) in South Africa evolve, asset managers, linked investment service providers (LISPs) and other service providers need to evolve too in order to make it easier to do business.
You’ll often see the CAPE, or the Shiller P/E ratio, mentioned in an article with a scaremongering headline like: Is “Irrational Exuberance” Back? CAPE Ratio Looking More Like the 1990s – WSJ, October 2017.
Do investors benefit from managers who maintain their designated investment strategy on a more consistent or less consistent basis?
Laurium Capital, an independently owned asset manager based in Johannesburg, is building a strong case for inclusion of their multi-asset funds in your investment portfolio.
Savvy investors typically cover three things in any due diligence or when evaluating a manager or fund – people, process, and performance.
MoneyMarketing (January 2017) Laurium Capital, an independently owned asset manager based in Johannesburg, entered the South African Multi Asset High Equity sector with the launch of the Laurium Balanced Prescient Fund on 9 December 2015. The company was started in August... Read More →
‘Defending the Caveman’ is the longest-running and most successful solo comedy in South African theatre history. It explains why men and women see the world so differently. The reason that it has played to over a million people, is that... Read More →
Is there any opportunity that lies in the public school sector? It is quite possible that there is. Looking at the growth rate in the number of SA’s public school learners it is evident that it tracks SA’s population growth... Read More →
MoneyMarketing asked Mark Lapedus, Divisional Director: Proposition Enablement, Liberty Innovation, about the annuity options available to retirees. From data released by ASISA, over 90% of the annuities sold in SA in 2015 were living annuities. Why do you think this... Read More →