Our people are located across the globe with staff based in Europe, North America, South Africa, South America and Australia. More
Sanlam Global Investment Solutions is currently managing and administrating investment solutions with over US$ 1.6 billion of assets across the globe. Our client focus includes institutions, pension funds, discretionary fund managers and financial advisors.
Sanlam is a leading financial services group, originally established as a life insurance company in 1918. It was demutualised and listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in 1998. Headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa, it has offices throughout South Africa and business interests elsewhere in Africa, Europe, India, USA and Australia employing more than 17,000 staff.
Sanlam provides financial solutions to individual and institutional clients. These solutions include investments, asset management, stockbroking, capital market activities and traditional life and general insurance. These solutions are provided to various segments of the markets and offer the solutions from a number of mutually dependent business entities in the Group.
From a life insurance company established in 1918, Sanlam has, in short, grown into a diversified one-stop financial services group, offering clients a journey for life for their financial needs.
Data correct to 31 Dec 2015
Milliman is among the world's largest providers of actuarial and related products and services. Founded in 1947, Milliman is an independent firm with offices in major cities around the globe, serving the full spectrum of business, financial, government, union, education, and non-profit organizations.
Milliman Financial Risk Management LLC (Milliman FRM) is a global leader in financial risk management to the retirement savings industry. Established in 1998, the business includes more than 100 professionals operating across the globe.
Contrary to many risk management strategies available today, Milliman FRM’s approach relies on the simplest, most liquid hedge assets available. Their risk management strategies have been tested for more than 15 years and through two market crises (the 2000 Internet bubble and the 2008 global financial crisis).