Planning for life events


We don’t always know what the future holds, but we can make sure our finances are prepared for whatever happens. We provide financial care for every stage of your life, whether you’re planning to get married, buy a home, saving for education fees or planning your retirement.

We’ll work with you to decide what’s most important and arrange your money so that you and your loved ones can enjoy a secure future. Follow the below icons to learn more about some of the major life events we can help you prepare for.

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Whether you’re seeking to invest for the long-term or need advice on a mortgage or an insurance policy, we will work with you to create the service you want. Learn more about some of the services we help can help you with.

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US backs plan to suspend Covid-19 vaccine patents

US backs plan to suspend Covid-19 vaccine patents

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
Earnings potential is promising; but will inflation hinder recovery?

Earnings potential is promising; but will inflation hinder recovery?

The economic upturn is coming along nicely; an increasing number of people have been vaccinated against Covid-19 and investors seem confident that recovery will take hold. But will an abundance of positive sentiment backfire in the form of inflation?
The Future of Cities

The Future of Cities

On the surface, the pandemic seems to have had a devastating effect on cities. Is the upheaval of the past year a doomsday toll for the world’s urban areas? Or simply a symptom of living with Covid? On Thursday 29 April, Samantha Simmonds, sat down with Chief Executive of Centre for Cities, Andrew Carter to discuss how urban living will look in the future.
Biden announces second stage of his economic plan

Biden announces second stage of his economic plan

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
The 15 minute city concept

The 15 minute city concept

In preparation for the third event in our Invested in the Future series, "The Future of Cities", we take a look at the 15-minute city concept, which is starting to gain traction from Paris to Portland and Melbourne to Milan.
Bitcoin and S&P 500 Index hit record highs

Bitcoin and S&P 500 Index hit record highs

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
Charging ahead

Charging ahead

A new report shows sales of electric vehicles across the world are growing significantly, we look at finds out why this has happened, who the big players are and what the future holds.
Pub and restaurant industry sees bookings surge

Pub and restaurant industry sees bookings surge

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days
The future of security and our role on the front line

The future of security and our role on the front line

In the World Economic Forum’s analysis of top global risks, climate change and related issues are of primary significance, as are disease, digital inequality, and cyber insecurity. Nowhere do the words ‘war’ or ‘terrorism’ appear. Following our event, the Future of Security, we speak again to Jonathan Shaw who shares his thoughts on the most serious global security risks.
A positive outlook but beware of economic euphoria

A positive outlook but beware of economic euphoria

The global economic outlook is strengthening, and this view has been reinforced by many companies reporting expectation-beating earnings for the last quarter of 2020. But while good business results go some way towards explaining the confidence in equity markets, are they enough to justify inflated prices?
The Future of Security

The Future of Security

Our safety and freedom are no longer fought for on distant battlefields. Instead, every one of us is on the front line when it comes to protecting our society and economy from global cyber espionage. That was just one of the sobering thoughts from our Future of Security virtual event held on Thursday 25 March.
A mixed bag

A mixed bag

The collectors’ club of handbags is growing, but does the temptation to wear and use these luxury assets make them a good investment?
EU resumes use of AstraZeneca vaccine

EU resumes use of AstraZeneca vaccine

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
ISAs, GIAs, pensions & bonds: don't miss out on tax year end allowances

ISAs, GIAs, pensions & bonds: don't miss out on tax year end allowances

With tax year end fast approaching, the opportunity to use up personal allowances for ISAs, pensions and other tax wrappers is running out. In this refresher, we go through the different tax wrappers, how they work, and which ones can you take advantage of ahead of 5th April.
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Jonathan Polin CEO, Sanlam UK

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