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Create wealth with Sanlam unit trusts, with the added advantage of greatly-reduced fees and stand the chance to win R1000 towards your investment. Exclusive to Sanlam staff.

Can you think of anything better to do with extra money than
make more money with it?

What exactly is a unit trust?

A unit trust is an investment where your money and that of others is invested in a portfolio of assets like blue chip shares, government bonds and property. A team of top investment managers dedicate themselves to increasing your investment. It’s a good way to create wealth even if you don’t have large amounts to invest. For new investors the minimum is as little as R200 per month or R5000 lump sum and for existing clients, you’ll need to top up your monthly contribution by R100 or invest a minimum lump sum of R1000 to qualify for the competition.

So why a Sanlam unit trust?

We’re one of the biggest and most experienced unit trust managers in South Africa. Our funds have produced excellent long-term performance over time. And, because you as a Sanlam employee can benefit from a massive 60% reduction in investment fees – yes that’s right, 60%! Added to that you stand the chance to win one of 10 prizes of R1000 towards your investment, if you purchase a Sanlam unit trust before 31 March.

Get to a Sanlam Advantage Event

There you’ll learn more about Sanlam unit trusts and how you as a staff member have the advantage over regular investors. You’ll benefit from zero upfront fees, zero banking fees because it comes straight off your salary, and a potential whopping discount of 60% in your annual fees. Click here to see the savings you’ll make, never mind the wealth you could create in the future.

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Event @ SIM Auditorium.

Friday, 2 March 2012

Times: 11h00

Event @ CR Louw.

Monday, 5 March 2012

Times: 11h00 (Afrikaans)

Event @ CR Louw.

Monday, 5 March 2012

Times: 12h00 (English)

Event @ CR Louw.

Monday, 5 March 2012

Times: 13h00 (English)

Presentations are 20 minutes each.

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