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.
South African equity market composition has shifted over time, becoming dominated by Multi-National and Resources company shares and therefore driven by global business cycles
Since COVID-19-related lockdowns became widespread globally in Q1 2020, bottlenecks have developed in various supply chains, including most commodity markets, to varying degrees.
In this webinar, STANLIB’s Head of Listed Property, Keillen Ndlovu and Senior Portfolio Manager, Nesi Chetty, provide insightful views and answer some hard questions covering dynamics across the retail property sector.
Demand for office space has fallen as people embrace the cost-efficient and time-saving benefits of a flexible work model.
Value has underperformed growth for many years post the GFC. The recent COVID-19 recovery has fuelled a rotation into value from growth and has sparked investor debate.
In this webinar, STANLIB’s Head of Fixed Income, Victor Mphaphuli and Senior Portfolio Manager, Sylvester Kobo, share insights on markets and fixed income assets in 2021 and what they expect from the year ahead.
Looking forward, the flexibility of a balanced fund means managers can take advantage of the opportunities presented by the constantly changing macro-economic environment.
In this podcast, Herman van Velze, Head of STANLIB Equity and Balanced, expands on the outlook for various asset classes, with focus on the resilience of balanced funds.
Quantamental investing, is being employed by an increasing number of investment managers to enhance the quality of their decision-making and deliver more consistent returns.
An investment by STANLIB in a renewable energy developer in 2010, even before SA’s renewable energy independent power procurement programme (REIPPP) was launched, has delivered benefits to the country, the local community and investors.
Central bank stimulus aimed at countering the effects of COVID-19 has sent global capital hunting for yield, as investors in developed markets contemplate near-zero or negative interest rates