Investment management most commonly refers to the buying and selling of investments within a portfolio. Investment management can also include banking and budgeting duties, as well as taxes. But the term most often refers to portfolio management and the trading of securities to achieve a specific investment objective. Investment management equips you with the required theoretical and practical knowledge to make decisions related to the management, buying and selling of shares, bonds, property and money market instruments. –

What they do:
Investment managers are entrusted with clients’ assets and as such should act with care and diligence. Investment managers can range in size from one- or two-person offices to large multi-disciplinary firms with offices in several countries. Fees charged by investment managers are generally based on a percentage of client assets under management. Investment managers in South Africa are subject to financial sector regulation and Financial Services Board programmes to ensure broader consumer protection and market conduct. Possible careers include those of investment analyst, portfolio manager, and securities broker and securities trader. –,

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Warren Buffet

School Subjects:
Language of Learning and Teaching

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