Stanlib Income Fund B2 (0P0000JZQ0)

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54.45B

Stanlib Income Fund B2 Profile

Total Assets
54.45B
Expenses
0.57%
Inception Date
Oct 03, 2005
ZAR/NAD Bond – Short Term funds invest principally in short-dated bonds denominated in or hedged into South African Rand/Namibian Dollar. The aggregate maturity for each fund does not typically exceed three years.
Contact Information
Address
2196 Johannesburg, South Africa
Phone
+27 11 4486000
Fax
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Top Executives
Name
Title
Since
Until
Biography
Victor Head 2008 - Victor holds a BCom (Hons) in Econometrics. He started his career in 1996 at Standard Bank Treasury as a trainee foreign currency dealer, and then moved to Nedbank Investment Bank as a bond market dealer, giving him good preparation for his move to STANLIB (then LIBAM). At STANLIB, he has been part of the Fixed Interest division starting as a bond dealer and then assuming added responsibility on fixed income Portfolio Management. Victor was appointed as Head: Bond and Income Funds with effect 1 March 2008, assuming full responsibility for management of the funds.
Henk 1998 -
Doug 1987 1998
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