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Securing generational wealth

As more ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) South African families look to secure their wealth, specialised family offices are coming to the fore to offer financial and related services to families with complex financial and estate management needs.

Orpheus develops ‘plug-and-play’ securitisation with next-gen AMCs

HedgeNews Africa sits down with Andrew Wolfson and Emile Fourie of Orpheus Capital to talk about the evolving world of personalised securitisation solutions and, in...

Laurium expands reach with UCITS fund

Laurium Capital has launched an offshore UCITS version of its aggressive long/short hedge fund, known as the Enhanced Growth Fund, broadening the investor base of those who can...

Banner year for Independent Alternatives

Independent Alternatives, headed by Grant Hogan and Tatenda Chapinduka in Johannesburg, had a watershed year in 2023, growing its team and executing its business...

Ex-Sanlam trio carve niche in digital assets

Former senior Sanlam trio Nersan Naidoo, Selwyn Pillay and Reece Briesies have launched MidSquare, looking to provide institutional-grade investment solutions in the world of...

AIP positioned for uptick in alternatives interest

Cape town-based AIP Capital Management is gaining traction, growing its range of products as it builds on its vision of being a leading provider...

OMAI invests in hydra storage

OMAI fuels South Africa’s renewable energy drive with R158 million investment in power storage project

Prescient launches passive and actively managed ETF platform 

The full-service, co-named platform is designed for both index tracking (passive ETFs) and actively managed exchange-traded funds (AMETFs) listed on the JSE

Tshiamo raises for Gender Lens Impact Fund

Shiluba Mawela, a chartered accountant and managing partner at Tshiamo Impact Partners, is raising capital for a Gender Lens Impact Fund, seeking to address...

Mergence sees opportunity in infrastructure

South African pension funds can now allocate up to 45% to infrastructure investments yet they face limitations particularly in the listed space, which lacks...