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In the 173 years that Old Mutual has been part of Africa’s financial fabric, it has seen many changes. The latest took place on 26 June this year when Old Mutual Limited had its primary listing on the JSE, underpinning its trust in African financial markets.

The day was another milestone in Old Mutual’s history and marked the end of a three-year process to divide the group into four entities, each with its own identity and ambit. Moving away from an umbrella group structure will unlock shareholder value and, most importantly, create a business with a strong strategic focus on Africa.


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A few years ago we predicted that the disability insurance industry was headed for major change. Last year we saw it borne out by the results of Old Mutual Corporate's Disability Monitor: the frequency and nature of claims are changing.

Benefit levels that were designed when disability income was subject to tax have become much more generous after tax on benefits was abolished in 2015. This, coupled with the difficult economic environment of the last two years, have created the perfect storm which led to a very poor disability experience in the insurance market.

But there is a silver lining – th...

2017 Old Mutual Corporate Disability Monitor reveals a rise in poor lifestyle and stress induced diseases problems.

The dawn of the digital revolution is shaping the way we work and live, driving innovation but also taking a toll on our health, particularly in the workplace.

“While this modern world of work is opening up amazing possibilities, it has also brought a new set of challenges and health risks,” says Clement Chinaka, MD of Old Mutual Corporate. “Living in an always-on culture, we have become physically disconnected from each other and emotionally disconnected from ourselves. We’re less...

The rise of global populism and its impact on the world economy is an undeniable reality. What is happening in the sociopolitical landscape that businesses operate in? Does it matter, and what is the corporate sector’s role in a world that is changing before our very eyes, asks Clement Chinaka.

Around the world, from the streets of Brazil to the city squares of Europe, from campuses in South Africa to voting booths in the United Kingdom, there is a growing feeling that the voice of the common man is not being heard.

Populist uprisings are a global talking point, and for good reason – they concer...

08 November 2017: While globalisation has raised levels of prosperity, the distribution of this new wealth remains largely unequal. A result of this mounting imbalance in wealth and power has been a growing frustration that the voices of ordinary citizens are not being heard, opening the door for populist political and economic rhetoric that promises social reform.

Clement Chinaka, MD of Old Mutual Corporate, addressing last night’s 2017 Old Mutual Corporate Wisdom Forum, which this year addressed the topical theme of “Populism and Economic Reform”, said that it is quite clear from the widespre...

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