Dismay at South Africa’s 17% adviser exam pass rate
Only 17% of South Africa’s financial planning students managed to pass the Financial Planning Institute’s (FPI) professional competency examination (PCE) in February, a figure that has caused shock for universities and students throughout the country.
Analysis 21 Mar 18
New investment rules to stir up South Africa offshore market
The South African treasury has upped the allowance for domestic funds to be invested internationally in a bid to prise open the offshore market, but will domestic investors be getting on board?
News 15 Mar 18
Old Mutual Wealth ready to list as profit soars 40%
Old Mutual Wealth is now ready to list as Quilter, with its annual results showing the company’s pre-tax profits rose by 40% in 2017, driven by “unusually high” performance fees.
Gallery 13 Mar 18
Asset management chiefs share six industry concerns for 2018
The asset and wealth management industry is about to usher in a period of disruption, with cyber security threats a big concern, chief executives across the sector have warned.