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A global player

We are excited to offer you a series of bespoke solutions to meet your global investment needs allowing for seamless reporting of all your offshore holdings, across geographies, currencies and asset classes, all done within one seamless portfolio and client statement.

To achieve this we have appointed Société Générale Securities Services (SGSS), an integrated division of Société Générale S.A., as our platform provider and sub-custodian.

This means you benefit from real-time access to your investment portfolio that could include offshore capital and non-capital protected structured products and offshore multi-managed solutions; all at the click of a button. To ensure personalisation, all of these products are available in GBP, USD and EUR – the choice is yours.

Our holistic value proposition allows for scalability, improved service and increased geographical reach.

To enhance our value propositions even further, you can use your offshore investments as collateral for any onshore lending requirements.

About Société Générale

Société Générale S.A. is France’s third largest bank by total assets and Europe’s sixth largest. The bank forms part of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index and enjoys the following credit ratings: Fitch: A+, Moody’s: A1, Standard & Poor’s: A. SGSS’s competitive strength on asset safety is linked to the capacity to demonstrate the legal ownership and asset protection chain of the securities it holds. Furthermore it has €4,036bn assets under custody, providing trustee services for 3,329 funds, validation of 4,141 funds and has €651bn in assets under administration.

Isn’t it time you added a world of diversity to your portfolio?

To invest or find out more:

absa.co.za/wealth

Wealth Assist: 0860 265 265

[email protected]

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