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Local assets

Taking the lead on credit

Tarryn Sankar plays a pivotal role in managing credit in Fixed Income investment team at STANLIB, which is responsible for ensuring that any credit risk clients are exposed to achieves a balance between appropriate risk and reward.

Investing perspectives

Women inclusivity in numbers

The world is changing and embracing the role of women across many industries and recreational
activities that have historically been male-dominated.

Offshore Assets

Fashion sashays into the circular economy

The textile industry is one of the most polluting in the world, emitting more CO₂ than aviation and shipping combined. But a leading sports firm is showing a way the sector can embrace radical change.

Investing perspectives

Are we creatures of habit? [Charticle]

Consumer behaviour has changed. It would appear as though the sudden outbreak of a pandemic provided a catalyst for consumers to try something new.

Economics & Markets

Global trade’s remarkable recovery

Global trade represents approximately 30% of global GDP. The world’s economic performance, especially global industrial production, is closely linked to the performance of global trade.

THE STRUCTURE OF MARKET DRAWDOWNS: PART II
Economics & Markets

The Structure of Market Drawdowns: Part II

The structure of market drawdowns is an interesting concept to inform
investment decisions. This is particularly relevant as we continue to grapple with the ongoing temporary slowdowns in economic activity worldwide and protracted market uncertainty.

GREEN SHOOTS FOR SOUTH AFRICA’S GROWTH
Economics & Markets

Green shoots for South Africa’s growth

The South African economy has gone through a difficult time in the last couple of years. It has experienced rising unemployment, persistently low economic growth, rampant corruption, a systematically weakening fiscal position, and a clear lack of policy direction.