In this feature, we take a look at wealth creation and the protection of high net-worth individuals (HNWI) assets. With so many financial products available both locally and internationally how does one know what to invest in, when to invest and how much of one’s assets should be allocated to a particular investment product?
The JSE has granted Motus a listing by way of introduction of all its issued ordinary shares on the Main Board of the JSE under the abbreviated name “Motus”, share code “MTH” and ISIN ZAE000261913 with effect from the commencement of trade on Thursday, 22 November 2018 (“Listing Date”). Motus will be listed in the “Specialty Retailers” sector.
With four out of 10 marriages in South Africa ending in divorce before their tenth anniversary, it is crucial that spouses plan ahead to safeguard their assets.
Imperial shareholders are referred to the announcement released on the Stock Exchange News Service (“SENS”) of the JSE Limited (“JSE”) on Thursday, 21 June 2018 in relation to the proposed unbundling (“Unbundling”) of Imperial’s automotive business housed in its wholly-owned subsidiary, Motus Holdings Limited (“Motus”).
With local news agendas being dominated by the rand’s dismal performance, recent GDP woes and an economy slipping into a technical recession – South African investors are increasingly seeking shelter via offshore exposure.
Your will is one of the most important documents on which you ever have to place your signature. It is your last wishes on earth and the document that determines how your assets should be divided, nominates an executor and trustee to take care of the division of the estate's assets and to handle the administration of any trust assets.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s late night announcement on 31 July 2018 on the decision to amend Section 25 of the South African Constitution to clearly articulate land without compensation has driven the debate on land ownership into top gear.
A new paradigm of fear and uncertainty was unleashed on the world with the demise of Lehmans on the 15 September 2008. And while markets have recovered, spectacularly in some cases, a lingering symptom of the crisis could be one of today’s biggest risks to buoyant stock markets.
Many people find planning for retirement challenging, but retirement planning for women can be particularly tricky. This isn’t because women are any less capable of planning for the future than men, or less interested in saving. Rather, it’s as a result of one simple reality – women tend to live longer than men.