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Sustaining philanthropy in South Africa after COVID-19

Nedbank Private Wealth South Africa hosted a webinar as to how local charitable trusts and foundations can balance meeting immediate needs and commitments to beneficiaries with long-term sustainability against the backdrop of COVID-19.
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Published 9 November
60 mins

Our sister company, Nedbank Private Wealth South Africa,  hosted a webinar about how local charitable trusts and foundations can balance meeting immediate needs and commitments to beneficiaries with long-term sustainability against the backdrop of COVID-19.

 

It was facilitated by highly acclaimed conversation strategist Nozipho Tshabalala, who is known for her ability to moderate global conversations designed to leverage change. Roshini Maharaj, Portfolio Manager at Nedbank Private Wealth South Africa, highlighted the importance of sticking to basic principles of investing in an economic downturn, as markets always recover in the long term.

Should you require any further information, please contact your private banker or Nedgroup Trust relationship manager who will be happy to discuss the topic of philanthropy with you in detail, based on your circumstances, in conjunction with our wealth planning team.

 

Or if you wanted to find out more about how Nedgroup Trust, or Nedbank Private Wealth, can help you plan and structure your wealth for your family, for future generations and to the benefit of the broader society, please get in touch using the links to the forms towards the end of this page.

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