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21 July 2004 Angelo Coppola

(22.7.04) The growing call for fee-based asset management by boutique specialists has prompted Cape Town group, WellsFaber, to establish its first offices in Johannesburg.

The Johannesburg offices are headed by Sam Robson, who has an extensive background in financial planning and broking and Gideon Knoetze who is well known in investment circles.

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QUESTION

Healthcare brokers have long complained about inflation-plus medical scheme contribution increases; but pandemic may have changed things. What will pandemic-induced changes in hospital utilisation do to medical scheme contribution increase patterns?

ANSWER

Below inflation increase for 2022, then back to inflation-plus
Long-term trend of below inflation increases
Inflation-linked hikes for 2022, then back to inflation-plus
This is a 2-year hiccup, inflation-plus increase trend remains in place
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