We regularly host webinars to connect you with expertise and insights about a range of topics. Watch all our previous webinars here.
We regularly host webinars to connect you with expertise and insights about a range of topics.
Follow this link for details of our upcoming webinars, or follow us on social media by clicking on the icons at the bottom of the page.
23 November 2021
We recently hosted a webinar where our panel of experts connected you to insights about a new way of looking at retirement. Instead of focusing on the end of a career or formal employment, more people now choose to concentrate on what they plan to do in their ‘second phase of life’.
Covid-19 vaccine data-driven insights
30 September 2021
We recently hosted a webinar where Professor Glenda Gray from the South African Medical Research Council shared her medical expertise and data-driven insights on the Covid-19 vaccine. During the conversation, hosted by Derek Watts, she also provided credible sources of information about the vaccine.
Top tips for success
26 August 2021
We recently hosted a conversation with three inspiring women who shared their definition of success and the lessons they have learned. Mapalo Makhu, Gugulethu Mfuphi, and Siba Mtongana shared their insights.
Investing internationally | Exploring different opportunities
27 July 2021
We recently hosted an international investment webinar. Leading global investment managers discussed the benefits of active and passive investing, and opportunities in developed and emerging-market equities.
Connecting to the future | Key trends of the next decade
29 June 2021
We recently hosted a webinar where Pieter Geldenhuys (Director of the Institute for Technology Strategy & Innovation), Kyle Burgess and Wesley Bester (both from Nedbank Private Wealth) discussed the key trends most likely to represent the next decade, and how these could affect your wealth.
The connection between South Africa’s politics and the economy
26 May 2021
We recently hosted a webinar where Andrew Mackenzie (Head of Portfolio Management at Nedbank Private Wealth) and independent political analyst JP Landman discussed key themes in SA’s political landscape – such as corruption, state-owned enterprises, energy and property rights – and how these affect the economy and ultimately your personal wealth.
Click here to watch a video where JP Landman, an Independent Political and Economic Analyst, addresses the questions that were raised in this webinar.
The future of the South African property sector after Covid-19
22 April 2021
We recently hosted a webinar exploring how Covid-19 has impacted the commercial and residential property markets in South Africa. A panel of property experts shared their views on how the property sector will look after Covid-19, on new trends that have emerged and on potential opportunities.
Factors affecting the future of financial wealth in South Africa
25 March 2021
We recently hosted a webinar where experts Tracy Muller (Head of Fiduciary Advice at Nedbank Wealth Management SA) and Judge Dennis Davis (Chair of the Davis Tax Committee) explored the key factors that will affect the future of financial wealth in South Africa and how they are interconnected.
Click here to read the consolidated responses to the questions from this webinar.
Budget 2021 and what the announcements mean for South Africa’s future.
25 February 2021
We recently hosted a webinar about the implications of the 2021 national budget. Nedbank Group Chief Economist Nicky Weimar took a critical look at the key announcements and shared her insights. While Jason Binnerman, Head of Active Investment Management, Nedgroup Investments discussed the outlook for financial markets for 2021 and beyond.
Click here to read the consolidated responses to the questions from this webinar.
Make better money decisions in our complex world.
25 November 2020
We recently hosted a webinar to connect clients with international behavioural expert, Neil Bage, about how we are wired to make decisions to help us survive in the bushveld. In a world of non-stop information and noise, our decisions are influenced by biases and we take necessary mental shortcuts. But this often leads to poor decision-making, especially when it comes to personal finance. With interactive and practical examples, Neil explained and demonstrated some of these biases. He gave insights that will help you navigate your financial journey and make better decisions, whether you are starting out or are retired.
Sustaining philanthropy in South Africa after Covid-19
9 November 2020
We recently hosted a webinar about how charitable trusts and foundations can balance meeting immediate needs and commitments to beneficiaries with long-term sustainability against the backdrop of Covid-19. It was facilitated by highly acclaimed conversation strategist Nozipho Tshabalala, who is known for her ability to moderate global conversations designed to leverage change. Roshini Maharaj, Portfolio Manager at Nedbank Private Wealth, highlighted the importance of sticking to basic principles of investing in an economic downturn, as markets always recover in the long term.
Cybersecurity tips for the whole family
25 October 2020
We recently hosted a webinar to connect clients with an expert on how to practise safe, responsible digital habits in a time when a substantial portion of our lives takes place in a digital world. Emma Sadleir, Founder and Chief Executive of the Digital Law Company, was the speaker. She shared her expertise on a range of relevant topics, including the Covid Alert SA mobile app, cyberbullying and how screen time affects the developing brain. Click here for more information on informative websites to visit, documentaries to watch, top tips and more.
Estate and tax planning considerations when investing internationally
17 September 2020
We recently hosted an informative webinar on what you need to consider to structure your international wealth optimally to ensure you truly reap the benefits of international diversification. Tracy Muller, Head of Fiduciary at Nedbank Private Wealth, explained the estate and tax planning consequences of international assets, while Katie Bonfrer, Director of Growth and Business Strategy – Group Trust at Nedgroup Trust Limited in Jersey, discussed various case studies setting out the types of structures we are establishing for our South African clients.
How is Covid-19 reshaping the property sector?
20 August 2020
We recently hosted an informative webinar on how the Covid-19 pandemic is reshaping the local and international property sector. Experts who shared their insights were Phil Barttram (owner of Philbar Consulting and previous Executive Director at MSCI); Eileen Andrew (Vice-president at MSCI), who gave an overview of the property sector’s performance; and Estienne de Klerk [CEO of Growthpoint Properties (South Africa) and Chairperson of the SA REIT Association], who talked about the impact of Covid-19 on the property sector.
Post Covid-19 economy and the role of South African banks
14 July 2020
We recently hosted a thought-provoking webinar on what the post Covid-19 economy may look like and the role South African banks play. Speakers who shared their expert insights were Mike Brown (Nedbank Group Chief Executive Officer and member of the Banking Association South Africa) and Nicky Weimar (Nedbank Group Chief Economist). Listen to a recording of the webinar to find out more about what we can expect from the post Covid-19 economy.
Covid-19 | Opportunities and risk in a changing world
11 June 2020
We hosted our annual investment roadshow in webinar format for the first time, focusing on how we should navigate the risks and opportunities of the current crisis to adapt to a changing world. The speakers were Janca Steenkamp, investment strategist at Nedbank Private Wealth, who analysed the impact of Covid-19 on global markets so far and what we can do to prepare for the future despite the uncertainty, and independent political and economic analyst JP Landman, who shared a local political update.
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