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Julia Peake, Sanlam UK, discusses the key tax considerations and benefits of investment bonds (onshore and offshore) versus collective investments, given some recent changes that may affect your client recommendations.
Early adoption of artificial intelligence in your portfolio could benefit from an investment theme that's transforming life as we know it. Chris Ford explains.
In the midst of what has been an extraordinary period of market volatility, please see a video update from our Chief Investment Officer, Phil Smeaton, in which he discusses what has happened in global investment markets of late, what it means for us as investors and why now is a bad time to panic.
Now more than ever it is imperative that investors avoid making decisions motivated by fear. As we have emphasised before, the importance of staying invested cannot be overstated, even as markets continue to plunge.
In a world where fake news threatens to supplant the truth, telling one from the other is becoming increasingly tricky. So how do investment analysts ensure the information they gather is accurate?
We are finding more and more people are asking about how to invest ethically, so much so that it is entirely possible that in the next 15 to 20 years it will become the new mainstream.
In our recently published report, ‘The Generation Game’, we made an interesting discovery. Our research found that 11% of under-45s said investing in cryptocurrency had contributed to their current wealth, compared with just 4% of over-55s.
Join CIO Phil Smeaton for his monthly update.
Sanlam UK announces a partnership with investment platform Praemium, enabling access Sanlam’s open architecture bond through the Praemium platform.

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