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Blue Chip is first and foremost a journal aimed at informing and empowering South African professionals involved in wealth management. It is directed by a professional editorial
13 Aug 2018
Metropolitan Bolton Footwear and Metropolitan Team Up to Help SA Kids Find their Financial Literacy Footing
Metropolitan is currently touring the country, teaching teens healthy financial habits for their futures through the Kickstarz financial education programme. Thanks to a little
26 Jul 2018
Planning For The People The FPI is floating a plan to broaden financial inclusion beyond high-income earners
There is a long-held perception that financial planning advice is a professional service that only the high-net- worth individuals and cash-flush corporations can afford. Rightly
09 Jul 2018
Editor's Note Don’t fear the Reaper
How would you like to die?” asks Fundhouse’s Rob MacDonald in his article for this issue of Blue Chip, which is focused on retirement. It’s not a yes or no
09 Jul 2018
Evolution Unfolds Changing the game with Financial Modelling
Financial planning practices are evolving to adapt to the changing regulatory environment and market, and starting to adopt enabling technologies that assist the adviser to manage
09 Jul 2018
Where Are You Retiring To? A Retiremeant™ Conversation with Kim Potgieter
As Director and key shareholder at Chartered Wealth Solutions and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® professional herself, Kim Potgieter has dedicated the last 10 years to
09 Jul 2018
How Would You Like To Die? Questions that should be asked more frequently
What would we be doing now if you had died last night?” is a question one South African financial planner likes to ask early in a meeting with a potential new client. It
09 Jul 2018
Changing The Game Luthuli Capital is doing things differently
Since Trudy Luthuli , along with her husband Mduduzi, founded Luthuli Capital in 2016, the firm has gone from strength to strength in a tremendously competitive market. We chatted
09 Jul 2018
Not Out Of The Economic Woods Yet June brought the news that the local economy had contracted by much more than expected in the first quarter
June brought the news that the local economy had contracted by much more than expected in the first quarter. This certainly dents the “new dawn” narrative that has
04 Jul 2018


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