Credo Wealth featured in Business Day article
On Friday last week, veteran investment writer Stephen Cranston was responsible for an article in leading South African financial publication Business Day, focusing on alternatives for investors when it comes to global diversification. We were proud to see that Credo Wealth was the first manager mentioned in this piece.
The first two paragraphs of the article were as follows:
"It is a good idea to remind ourselves why we invest in global assets. In the days before the relaxation of exchange controls the focus was simply on taking money out of the country in case of a national emergency. Few people cared about the returns they would receive, they just squirrelled away the unused portions of their travel allowances in low-yielding bank accounts.
But more sophisticated professional advisers have come onto the market and can offer multi-asset and multijurisdictional portfolios. I would say businesses such as Credo Wealth, Stonehage Fleming and Citadel offer a much better alternative than sticking your money in a NatWest savings account."
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