SELECTIVE EMPOWERMENT INVESTMENTS 1
Selective Empowerment Investment 1 Limited (“SEI 1”) was initially established to enable the small investor to acquire an investment that offered a healthy spread of top-class shares listed on the Johannesburg stock exchange. Established in 2007, SEI 1 boasts over 17 600 shareholders across all LSM groups, located throughout South Africa and select southern African countries. SEI 1 is a Level 2 BEE Contributor.
Financial inclusion refers to the provision and use of regulated financial services by those segments of society where financial services are needed but are either unavailable or inadequate. Inclusion enables social and economic development, particularly for low-income people, women, the youth and smmes.
Our primary investment objective is to provide our investors with relatively high long-term capital growth. We invest in listed and unlisted instruments (equity and debt), collective investment schemes and money market investments in order to maximise the return for our shareholders.
STRATEGIC EQUITY STAKES
We invest in listed and unlisted instruments (equity and debt) and actively seek and subscribe to Black Economic Empowerment transactions.
We seek to follow an investment policy which will reflect a spread of investments aiming at capital growth. We cultivate a portfolio innovative technologies and businesses that will reshape core industries and help our nation transition to a sustainable future.
On sunday the 15th of march, the president of south africa, declared the Covid-19 virus a “national state of disaster” and with that he provided details on measures being taken by the south african government to try and stop the spread of the virus, he further explained the role that businesses need to play in protecting communities.
With the growing numbers of people infected by the Covid-19 virus, selective empowerment investments 1 and its various stakeholders has joined forces to lend a helping hand in the communities in which it operates. The Covid-19 pandemic has not only negatively affected the economy, it has also left communities and students in destitute, with schools and higher education institutions closing before scheduled semester end dates.
SEI 1 is looking to play its part by helping those affected through the following initiatives:
+ Emergency transport for varsity students;
+ Food programs for primary schools;
+ Water supply initiatives;
+ Preventative clothing
During this pandemic everyone is urged to protect themselves and others by following these protective measures:
+ Wash your hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds;
+ Maintain social distancing;
+ Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth;
+ If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early.
Please also note that the onus is also on us as people, staff, fathers, mothers, etc to ensure we adhere to the above measures as well as basic hygiene guidelines.
If you know of any causes that require urgent attention please send us more information on the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.