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“The fact cash exists, doesn’t make it useful” was the parting thought of Stephen King, renowned economist and author who spoke at the first of our Invested for the Future virtual events on Thursday 25 February.
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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.
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Following our recent Future of Healthcare event, we caught up with Rosemary Leonard to understand more about the future of our NHS. We know that technological advancements are coming, but the costs may be prohibitive. So how can the public help the NHS prosper and overcome the challenging times ahead?
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Ahead of our final Invested in the Future event, a discussion on the Future of Happiness, we look at the ways in which self-esteem and mental well-being is influenced by a sense of financial security.
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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.
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Covid-19 accelerated a digital revolution in how we receive healthcare. Within weeks of lockdown we were booking and attending virtual GP appointments. But that is just the start. On Thursday 3 June we spoke to practising GP and healthcare journalist, Rosemary Leonard about the ways developing technology and AI will shape healthcare in the future.
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The pandemic has left many of us questioning where we will derive happiness from in the future, having rediscovered the benefits of living a simpler life. On 6 July, we spoke to author and positive pyschology expert Miriam Akhtar about whether there is a secret to happiness and how we can maintain our happiness as we move out of lockdown.
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The UK adviser industry is at risking of neglecting the under-45 segment of the market – and missing the chance to win inherited pots as a result – a report from Sanlam UK has warnned.
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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.
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Sanlam will be hosting five complimentary virtual seminars, supported by a panel of the UK’s leading thinkers, experts and social commentators. As well as investment trends, the seminars will explore how our world will change as we emerge from the covid-19 pandemic and what the future holds for our money, security, cities, healthcare and happiness.
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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.
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Julia Peake, National Account Manager, reflects on a report published by the Department for Work & Pensions and discusses how we can engage the self-employed with their pension savings.

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