As part of the Sanlam Group, we have the backing of a business that has a 100 year heritage in financial services, giving us the confidence to take a long-term view.
 

Experience matters


As an active investment specialist, we know that experience informs how we navigate complex and evolving markets. Our Fund Managers bring decades of experience through all market conditions. Collectively, they bring our high conviction approach sharply into focus with the flexibility to do what they do best - identifying new investment ideas and opportunities.
 

Boutique ethos


Our investment teams are autonomous – there is no central house view. This gives them the freedom to look for distinct investment ideas in their area of expertise. With no collective view and no rigid hierarchy, our specialist investment teams follow their own distinctive approach across their respective asset classes.
 

Client-first thinking

We are committed to helping our clients find active, high conviction sources of return within a sustainable, risk-controlled framework. We value our client-first approach - it lies at the heart of all we do. Our differentiated reward structure, where fund managers have significant long-term equity stakes in their respective business areas, ensures we remain fully aligned and responsive to our investors’ evolving needs.
 

Latest news
Global equity market perspective post image Global equity market perspective
The Fed’s momentous U-Turn on monetary policy which began in December sparked a New Year equity rally, reversing some of the losses from the final quarter of 2018. Jerome Powell’s optimistic outlook on the US economy last October had precipitated market turbulence as investors anticipated further rate rises.
Global equities: an inflation hedge with better liquidity? post image Global equities: an inflation hedge with better liquidity?
With traditional bonds providing limited inflation protection, investors with inflation-linked liabilities often seek alternative ‘real’ asset investments such as real estate and infrastructure. However, this may overlook what a great inflation hedge equities can be, whilst also underappreciating the potential drawbacks that alternative assets might embed.
Music royalties: a tangible investment post image Music royalties: a tangible investment
Imagine if you got paid every time a classic hit received air time. This is one of the reasons we invest in music royalties.
UK housebuilders: the foundations are in place for attractive returns post image UK housebuilders: the foundations are in place for attractive returns
Having carried out emergency repairs post the financial crisis, UK housebuilders are better positioned to navigate any future economic volatility and remain an attractive hunting ground for investors at current valuations.
UK companies a dividend goldmine post image UK companies a dividend goldmine
Equity market volatility has increased in recent times and investors have experienced a far bumpier ride in 2018 than the previous year. However, regular dividend payments provide comfort to investors when the value of their investments fluctuates as a result of stock market volatility.
Watch: Global equity markets, a tale of two halves post image Watch: Global equity markets, a tale of two halves
Global equity markets during 2018 were a tale of two halves. After an initially strong start, a number of macro concerns – especially those around emerging markets – impacted how we’ve positioned the Sanlam Global High Quality Fund. We provide some perspective on some of these concerns, and on what investors may expect for the remainder of 2019.
Sanlam Global High Quality Fund 2018 Review post image Sanlam Global High Quality Fund 2018 Review
The Sanlam Global High Quality Fund 2018 review newsletter has been published. It provides a recap of market events, how the fund has fared during the period and, perhaps more interestingly, insight into the fund manager’s investment decisions.
In search of critical thinking post image In search of critical thinking
Behavioural economics teaches us that investors are often their own worst enemies via heuristics, biases and a general lack of control over their emotions. The instincts that worked in the plains of Africa 150,000 years ago do not work in financial markets and other aspects of modern life (like buying insurance!).
Two Sanlam Investments funds earning five FE Crowns post image Two Sanlam Investments funds earning five FE Crowns
FE’s bi-annual crown ratings reshuffle has taken place, with two Sanlam Investment funds achieving five crowns in the process.
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