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Wednesday, 20 September 2017 | Johannesburg

It’s a risky business

In a landscape of continuous change as well as geopolitical and investment risk, it is important to know exactly what the risks are to deliver better success for your retirement fund members.

Once you understand the risks, you’re able to manage them better.

Join us at the Sanlam Investments Institutional Insights 2017 conference in Johannesburg where our exceptional line-up of international speakers will be delivering key insights from their own experiences. We’ll help you define the risk parameters and show you when is the time to be bold and when should you practice caution, so make sure you pencil us in.

See more about our previous conferences here: 2014, 2015 and 2016.

This is an invitation only event. Please contact us via the form alongside, or via institutional@sanlaminvestments.com for more information.

2017 Speakers

Dr Philippa Malmgren

Dr Philippa Malmgren

Founder of DRPMG and former White House economic adviser

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Lesley-Ann Morgan

Lesley-Ann Morgan

Global Head of DC and Retirement at Schroders in the United Kingdom

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Guy Fletcher

Guy Fletcher

Head of Research & Client Solutions: Investments Core at Sanlam Investments

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Iman Rappetti

MC - Iman Rappetti

Respected senior journalist with PowerFM and news anchor

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Mabatho Seeiso

Mabatho Seeiso

Professional Trustee

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Ndabezinhle Mkhize

Ndabezinhle Mkhize

Chief Investment Officer of the Eskom Pension and Provident Fund (EPPF)

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Shainal Sukha

Shainal Sukha

Managing Director – Sukha and Associates (Pty) Ltd

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Presentations

Designing a post-retirement solution for South Africa - Lesly-Ann Morgan, Global Head of DC & Retirement at Schroders, UK

Portfolio Construction with Alternatives & incorporating illiquidity - Guy Fletcher, Head of Research & Client Solutions: Investments Core at Sanlam Investments

Agenda

Time Programme Speaker
07:00 - 08:30 Registration & Finger Breakfast
08:35 – 08:45 Welcome Nersan Naidoo
CEO of Investment Core
08:45 - 09:45 Geopolitics: Global trends impacting South Africa Dr Pippa Malmgren
Founder of DRPMG
09:45 - 10:20 Using portfolio construction techniques to solve complex investment challenges Guy Fletcher
Head of research and customised solutions at SIM
10:20 - 11:00 Tea break
11:00 - 12:00 Designing a post-retirement solution for South Africa Lesley-Ann Morgan
Global Head of DC and Retirement at Schroders
12:00 - 12:45 Panel: A perspective from South African retirement funds that have invested in alternatives Moderator: Iman Rappetti
12:45 Thanks - Lunch & Closing Azola Zuma
CEO: SIM
12:55 Networking lunch

Institutional Impact

Research and commentary for better fiduciary outcomes.

At Sanlam Investments, we recognise the greater fiduciary pressures placed on institutional investors in an environment of increased regulatory and investment complexity. When it comes to investing, we carefully do our homework, weigh up the pros and cons, check, re-check and analyse, scrutinise and remove emotion from each and every investment decision we make.

Because we believe that there'se a time to be cautious and a time to be bold. Knowing when to be which is what makes us Wealthsmiths™.

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