A range of unit trust funds has been investing in derivatives for long enough to provide a picture of the risks and returns of hedging.
They are notoriously enigmatic and risky, but derivatives bring a contrary dimension to the financial markets that investors cannot ignore.
Personal Finance writer Martin Hesse on what he has learned while working for the publication.
Treasury is giving the financial services industry more time to comply with regulations governing the transfer of tax-free ...
Investing taking into account environmental, social, governance and sustainability issues is gaining ground worldwide.
There are a number of collective investment schemes open to "investors with a conscience".
Globally, investing that takes into account environmental, social and governance factors has increased exponentially over the past decade.
Collective investments such as unit trust funds attracted inflows of R166 billion in 2016, pushing assets under management to over R2 trillion