Articles of Interest

May 3, 2023

Fintech and Robo Advisors: Will the Wealth Specialist be Replaced?

FinTech, or financial technology, is certainly growing rapidly and disrupting the traditional financial services industry. Whether it is “taking over”, however, is a matter of perspective. […]
May 2, 2023

OIM Optimum – April 2023

We are very pleased to bring to you the April 2023 edition of the Orion Investment Managers’ Optimum publication. It has been a challenging quarter for […]
April 26, 2023

Understanding Living Wills

A Living Will is a declaration or an advance directive which will represent a patient’s wish to refuse any medical treatment and attention in the form […]
April 25, 2023

China and the US – A New Scramble for Africa

An article written by Ian Kilbride A third scramble for Africa is unfolding – this time between China and the United States. The first notorious scramble […]
April 24, 2023

The Big Issue – April 2023

Ian Kilbride, Guest Editor for The Big Issue and Chairman of Spirit Invest and Spirit Foundation, and Honorary Professor at Stellenbosch Business school writes … To […]
April 21, 2023

Warwick Wealth Matters – April 2023

SEEING SOUTH AFRICA FROM A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE The well-worn saying that “it is darkest just before the dawn” is particularly relevant to contemporary South Africa. Our […]
April 20, 2023

SA Elephants Get to Choose the Pick of the Crop – Literally!

As Elephants Alive research has always been led by elephants, we decided to ask them to guide us this time as well! We studied elephants’ preferences […]
April 20, 2023

Eskom’s Four Pronged Plug

An article written by Ian Kilbride President Ramaphosa’s appointment of Dr Kgosientsho ‘Sputla’ Ramokgopa as Minister of Electricity is one of three things: inspired, desperate or […]
April 19, 2023

Cadiz Fund News – April 2023

The month of March was characterized by large swings in global inflation and rate hike expectations. This prompted central banks, including our local Reserve Bank, to […]
April 18, 2023

Uncommon Sense from the IMF?

An article written by Ian Kilbride The International Monetary Fund has a mixed record of global and macro-economic forecasting. It is notoriously poor at anticipating recessions. […]
April 12, 2023

Everton is Many Things to Many People

An article written by Ian Kilbride Everton is many things to many people, but as the late great England world cup winner Alan Ball once said, […]
April 11, 2023

Business and South Africa’s International Relations

Business’s frustration with government is growing. This is unsurprising. What is more surprising is that its exasperation has been expressed most recently on a foreign policy […]
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