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Sanlam Private Wealth secures investment fund win at the 2018 Private Asset Management (PAM) Awards 

Sanlam Private Wealth has scooped the Investment Performance: High Growth Portfolio award for its Global High Quality Fund (GHQ) at the annual Private Asset Management (PAM) awards.
Now in its 20th year, and widely regarded as one of the most prestigious industry awards, entries were judged by a panel of leading independent experts from across the private client advisory and related professions, and recognise the consistency of both investment performance and client service levels.
Sanlam’s Global High Quality Fund was shortlisted against finalists Stonehage Fleming and Kleinwort Hambros, and was recognised for performing between 80-110% of MSCI World Risk.
The fund managed by Pieter Fourie, aims to produce total returns in excess of the MCSI World Index over the medium to long-term.  It was ranked number one globally in 2017 based on Trustnet data for the international peer group. Since inception, the fund has beaten both the FTSE All-Share Index and the broader MSCI World Index.
This is the second such award the Global High Quality Fund has won in the past year, following its success at the City of London Wealth Management Awards 2017.
Penny Lovell, CEO of Sanlam’s Private Office, said: “We are immensely proud to have won the Investment Performance: High Growth portfolio award at this year’s PAM awards. This accolade highlights Sanlam’s strong investment credentials and consistent client excellence from our financial planners, portfolio managers, business development team and administrators, as well as acknowledging our commitment to build a first class Private Office that serves our high net worth clients’ needs, now and in the future.” 
Sanlam Private Wealth is part of Sanlam Limited, an international AA-rated financial services group with a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and a market capitalisation of £9.9 billion.

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