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Sanlam’s African footprint has shown steady, continuous growth with a proven track record of success.
Our Sanlam Africa Investments business exists to allow our clients to capitalise on the attractive long-term returns and diversification benefits of investing in Africa, which Sanlam has experienced as it has expanded across the continent.
We have evolved our offering and consolidated our African investment capabilities to share our insights and this growth potential with select long-term institutional partners and clients.
For detailed information on Africa Investments, you can download the full brochure.
Africa is a large and diverse continent
Africa’s growth rates are expected to remain high
Africa is experiencing accelerating urbanisation
Africans are embracing technology
Africa’s consumer expenditure is expanding rapidly
Africa urgently requires infrastructure spending
1 MF, World Economic Outlook Database, October 2015
2 CID Harvard (2015)
3 2016 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET : prb.org
5 Foresight Africa 2016
6 Deloitte. Consumer Review – Africa a 21st Century View.
7 GSMA The Mobile Economy – Sub-Saharan Africa 2015
8 Winning in Africa’s consumer market McKinsey&Co (2016)
9 Lions on the Move II : MGI September 2016
10 Financing Africa’s infrastructure deficit : Global Economy at Brookings
11 Sub-Saharan African Power http://www.ssapower.com/
*SANLAM AFRICA CREDIT INVESTMENTS LIMITED PROPSECTUS
Sanlam Africa Credit Investments Limited (“SACIL”) Prospectus was duly issued in accordance with Mauritian company laws. The terms of
that Prospectus, and in particular any disclaimers set out therein, apply to any communication in relation to SACIL, and must be considered
before an investment into SACIL is considered.
***SANLAM AFRICAN FRONTIER MARKETS FUND:
This fund is relatively high risk in relation to other asset classes due to its equity based investment approach and emerging and frontier
markets exposure; the investment manager aims to reduce the overall risk by their value and fundamental stance. Other risks are Settlement
and Clearing Risk, Custody Risk, Legal Risk, Efficient Portfolio Management Risk, Reinvestment of Cash Collateral Risk And Securities
Lending Risk. Section 65 approved fund
in terms of CISCA.
Sanlam is a leading broad-based financial services group in South Africa. In nine decades Sanlam has set high standards for wealth creation, innovation and empowerment in South Africa.
Sanlam has offices throughout South Africa and certain African countries, as well as business interests elsewhere in Africa, Europe, India, Malaysia, Australia and the USA.
Sanlam provides financial solutions to individual and institutional clients. These solutions include individual, group and short-term insurance, personal financial services such as estate planning, trusts, home and personal loans, savings and linked products, investment, asset management, property asset management, stockbroking, risk management and capital market activities.
Sanlam provides these solutions to various segments of the markets in which it operates, and offers the solutions from a number of mutually dependent business entities in the group.
From a life insurance company established in 1918, Sanlam has grown into a diversified one-stop financial services group, offering its clients a journey for life for their financial needs.
Portfolio Manager: Debt
Chief Financial Officer: Sanlam Africa Real Estate
CEO: Africa & AlternativesINTERIM CEO: SAREA
COO: Sanlam Alternative Investments
For detailed information on Africa Investments, download the full brochure
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