Rand strength will not last

13 February 2018Investment Forum

 At the Investment Forum we will be discussing the rand and where we see it going, but we will also be discussing how to construct a portfolio to mitigate against its volatility. And whether you should rethink your offshore allocation. And if the recent strength has created some unusual buying opportunities. And a whole lot of other really interesting stuff...

To view the agenda or to register online click here.

Asset managers:36ONE, Absa, Allan Gray, Ashburton, BlackRock, CoreShares, Coronation, Fundsmith, 
Investec, Kagiso, Laurium, Nedgroup, Old Mutual, Orbis, Prudential, PSG, Rezco,
Schroders, STANLIB


 Cape Town, Century CitySun City
Date:Monday, 5 & Tuesday, 6 March 2018Wednesday, 7 & Thursday, 8 March 2018
FPI CPD:9 points for the two days*9 points for the two days*


Quick Polls


There may be a shock on the cards on 21 Feb when the Finance Minister announces that there will be a 2% VAT increase. What effects will this have?


It will generate the much needed tax revenue that government needs to address its widening budget deficit. It’s a good choice.
It will weaken the ANC. They rely on the poor vote and the poor will be most affected by the VAT increase. The ANC must tread carefully here.
There will be little change. It is just more money for government fat cats to pocket.
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