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I3 summit 2016 I3-Summit

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Annual Investment Summit: 4 May 2016

Sanlam Investments and Glacier by Sanlam proudly hosted their third i3 Summit - an investment conference where the best minds from across the globe meet to address topical industry issues.

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.

Speakers

Stephen Archer

Stephen Archer

Business and economic analyst

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Eusebius McKaiser

Eusebius McKaiser

Political analyst, broadcaster, philosophy lecturer and writer, based in Johannesburg.

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Jonty Hurwitz

Jonty Hurwitz

Co-founder of Wonga.com

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Amlan Roy

Dr Amlan Roy

Head of Global Demographics and Pension Research, Credit Suisse

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Roland Rousseau

Roland Rousseau

Head of Barclays Risk Strategy Group (Institutional Portfolios & Risk Solutions)

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Videos and Audio

Stephen Archer: Global business and economic analyst

Somewhere between pessimism and optimism lies the answer

Governments come and go, but globalisation is here to stay. Because of the world becoming smaller, and other factors, SA has the potential to become one of the top economies in the world. But a few changes are needed. What does government need to do to facilitate this process?

Play Audio - SA's 4 challenges and how it can harness global change

This is the full recording of Stephen’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Stephen Archer: Global business and economic analyst

Somewhere between pessimism and optimism lies the answer

Governments come and go, but globalisation is here to stay. Because of the world becoming smaller, and other factors, SA has the potential to become one of the top economies in the world. But a few changes are needed. What does government need to do to facilitate this process?

Play Audio - SA's 4 challenges and how it can harness global change

This is the full recording of Jonty’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Jonty Hurwitz: Co-founder of wonga.com

SA ripe for robo-advisers

How will robo-advisers develop in South Africa? And how would SA advisers need to adapt their engagement style for millenials, the main target market of these robo-advisers? Jonty Hurwitz gives examples of how advisers could benefit from the digital age.

Play Audio - In the age of robo-advisers, emotion gives human advisers an edge

This is the full recording of Jonty’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Jonty Hurwitz: Co-founder of wonga.com

SA ripe for robo-advisers

How will robo-advisers develop in South Africa? And how would SA advisers need to adapt their engagement style for millenials, the main target market of these robo-advisers? Jonty Hurwitz gives examples of how advisers could benefit from the digital age.

Play Audio - In the age of robo-advisers, emotion gives human advisers an edge

This is the full recording of Jonty’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Eusebius McKaiser: Political analyst, broadcaster, lecturer and writer

Why SA is not Zimbabwe

Eusebius McKaiser argues that SA is very different from Zimbabwe and lists all the aspects that add up to make SA an attractive investment destination. There are challenges too, though, and corporates have an important role to play in being the change they want to see.

Play Audio - SA still an investment destination of note

This is the full recording of Eusebius’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Eusebius McKaiser: Political analyst, broadcaster, lecturer and writer

Why SA is not Zimbabwe

Eusebius McKaiser argues that SA is very different from Zimbabwe and lists all the aspects that add up to make SA an attractive investment destination. There are challenges too, though, and corporates have an important role to play in being the change they want to see.

Play Audio - SA still an investment destination of note

This is the full recording of Eusebius’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Roland Rousseau: Head of Barclays Risk Strategy Group

What do investors really need?

‘Investors need to take risk, but they don’t know how much,’ says Roland Rousseau. What are the other ingredients that investors need to reach their investment goals?

Play Audio - Delivering lower risk is smarter than promising past returns

This is the full recording of Roland’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Roland Rousseau: Head of Barclays Risk Strategy Group

What do investors really need?

‘Investors need to take risk, but they don’t know how much,’ says Roland Rousseau. What are the other ingredients that investors need to reach their investment goals?

Play Audio - Delivering lower risk is smarter than promising past returns

This is the full recording of Roland’s presentation at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Patrice Rassou: Head of Equities at Sanlam Investments

Where are the opportunities?

Opportunities often come from places you least expect. Patrice captures the opportunities currently being explored by CEOs Danie Meintjes, Clive Thomson and Neal Froneman in the health, industrial and mining sectors respectively.

Play Audio - CEO panel discussion

What are the views of the CEOs of Mediclinic, Barloworld and Sibanye Gold? Where are the opportunities? Investors with Sanlam Investment Management are invested in all three these companies through various funds.

This is the full recording of Patrice Rassou’s interview of the Captains of the Industry at the 2016 i3 Summit.

Patrice Rassou: Head of Equities at Sanlam Investments

Where are the opportunities?

Opportunities often come from places you least expect. Patrice captures the opportunities currently being explored by CEOs Danie Meintjes, Clive Thomson and Neal Froneman in the health, industrial and mining sectors respectively.

Play Audio - CEO panel discussion

What are the views of the CEOs of Mediclinic, Barloworld and Sibanye Gold? Where are the opportunities? Investors with Sanlam Investment Management are invested in all three these companies through various funds.

This is the full recording of Patrice Rassou’s interview of the Captains of the Industry at the 2016 i3 Summit.

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