Our social responsibility

We recognise the impact that we have on the communities in which we operate, and are taking action to help ensure a sustainable future.

Sustainable investing

Sustainability is a key ingredient to successful long-term investing. As a multi-asset manager, we cherry-pick the best specialist investment managers, and carefully assess the importance of sustainability in their investment process. At a minimum, all the managers selected to run money on our clients’ behalf are signed up to the Principles for Responsible Investing, and each have in place strict policies towards socially responsible, as well as impact, investing.

Governance as an investor

We take our role as responsible investors seriously and regularly vote on governance matters. We believe strong governance ensures that the investments we make on our clients’ behalf will withstand the long-term timelines typically involved, and deliver the best outcomes for our clients.

Transparency is also key to good governance. We aim to make all fees and charges clear, prominent, and provide complete disclosures. It’s why we always report our performance net of all fees.

Charitable giving

Nedbank Private Wealth matches donations given to or raised by our employees.

We also support charities through our annual client survey. For example, in 2019, we made donations to the Cape Town Red Cross’s Children’s Hospital and London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, both world-class centres of excellence for the care of and research into children’s health.

Also on an annual basis, Nedbank Private Wealth supports the Nedbank South Africa Charity Golf Day, which takes place in Q3 in Surrey and is the largest charity golf tournament in Europe. To find out more, please visit the event’s website: https://www.sagolfday.com/

Our charity committee also meets regularly to organise activities to raise funds across our offices. These funds, together with the corporate matched funding, are distributed to support staff-nominated local charities and worthy causes.


We actively engage staff to promote awareness of environmental issues, and how they can manage their own impact through carbon emission reductions and sustainable living options.


We also work with small charities, where we can, to support the local communities in which we operate.

For a number of years, we have supported the Manx Wildlife Trust as a corporate member and organised staff volunteering for beach cleans and manual work at nature reserves. For more information, please visit its website: http://www.manxwt.org.uk/

Get in touch

If you are interested in becoming a client, please complete the form via the ‘become a client’ button below. Alternatively, if you are already a client, or if you have a question about how we help clients in particular circumstances, please use the ‘contact us’ button.


We will get back to you as soon as we can during office hours, which are Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm (UK time), except for UK public holidays.

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