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    • STANLIB Balanced Funds“Balanced Investing in volatile markets” November 2010
    • Agenda● Balanced Investing in volatile markets● Portfolio Activity● Stock Focus ● ArcelorMittal Investment Case● Portfolio Performance● Investment Environment & Outlook into 20112
    • Balanced Investing in volatile markets
    • Balanced funds offer risk diversification during periods of market volatility● A global balanced portfolio solution provides investors with exposure to a number of asset classes, domestic and foreign, that are positively and negatively correlated. This diversification of assets provides investors with the comfort that their exposure to risk is contained without unduly compromising return● The key to a successful global balanced solution is to combine asset allocation expertise at the portfolio construction level along with stock selection skills at the individual asset class sub-level● The STANLIB Balanced Franchise is responsible for asset allocation decisions. However, the underlying asset classes within each balanced portfolio are managed by specialists in their field● Asset allocation views have both a strategic and a tactical component. The strategic component is long-term and is based largely on macro-economic forecasts and how the different asset classes will perform under various conditions● The tactical component is shorter-term and is based on the realisation that asset prices may dislocate from their fundamentals, allowing opportunities to be exploited● Once the asset allocation views have been formulated, the underlying asset classes are then managed by the relevant specialist. This collective outcome captures the all the extensive expertise available at STANLIB4
    • Balanced mandates provide diversification without unduly compromising return 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Global Global SA Listed Global SA Listed SA Listed SA Listed SA Listed SA Listed GlobalSA Cash SA Equity SA Bonds SA Equity SA Equity SA Bonds SA Bonds SA Equity SA Equity SA Equity Equity Equity Prop Bonds Prop Prop Prop Prop Prop Bonds 21% 31% 28% 55% 23% 30% 29% 61% 41% 32% 46% 51% 28% 61% 20% 41% 41% 50% 27% 45% Global Global Global Global Global SA Listed Global Global GlobalSA Bonds Balanced Balanced Global SA Bonds SA Bonds SA Equity SA Equity SA Equity SA Bonds Balanced Equity Bonds Equity Bonds Equity Prop Bonds Equity Equity 16% 46% 13% Bonds 37% 16% 18% 25% 47% 19% 17% 17% 27% 18% 25% 35% 22% 56% 27% 32% 33% Global Global Global SA Listed Balanced SA Cash SA Cash SA Cash SA Cash Balanced SA Bonds SA Equity SA Cash SA Equity Balanced Balanced Balanced Balanced SA Cash SA Listed Bonds Equity Bonds Prop 26% 16% 11% 16% 18% 47% 19% 29% 12% 16% 18% 33% 30% 13% 12% Prop 14% 12% 36% 23% 21% Global Global Global Global SA Listed SA ListedBalanced Balanced SA Bonds Balanced Balanced SA Cash SA Bonds SA Cash Balanced Balanced Balanced SA Bonds SA Cash SA Cash Bonds Equity Equity Equity Prop Prop 0% 7% 32% 16% 14% 17% 5% 11% 28% -6% 14% 15% 9% 9% 24% 11% 31% 23% 28% -4% Global Global Global Global Global Global Global GlobalSA Equity SA Cash SA Cash SA Equity SA Listed SA Bonds SA Bonds SA Equity - SA Cash SA Cash SA Bonds Balanced Equity Bonds Bonds Bonds Equity Bonds Bonds Equity -5% 19% 15% 10% Prop 4% 29% 18% 9% 12% 8% 11% -7% 6% 24% 5% 8% 7% 18% 7% 2%SA Listed SA Listed SA Listed Global Global Global Global Global SA Bonds SA Equity SA Bonds SA Bonds Balanced Balanced SA Cash Balanced SA Cash SA Cash SA Cash SA Bonds Prop Prop Prop Bonds Equity Equity Equity Equity 14% -2% -9% 7% 7% 2% 16% 7% 10% 7% 7% -1% -11% 18% 13% -17% 3% -2% 7% -18% Global SA Listed SA Listed SA Listed SA Listed Global SA Listed Global Global Global Global Global SA Cash SA Equity SA Equity SA Equity SA Equity SA Bonds SA Bonds SA Equity Equity Prop Prop Prop Prop Bonds Prop Equity Bonds Bonds Bonds Bonds 13% 8% -4% -10% 0% 5% 4% -23% -17% 2% -3% -10% -10% -1% 8% -43% -13% -7% 7% -16% 5
    • Various asset classes used to reduce the impact of market volatility Current ExposureDomestic listed equity Domestic listed property Domestic bonds - government and corporate (credit) Domestic cash Global listed equity Global listed property Global bonds - government and corporate (credit) Global cash Derivatives 6
    • Asset allocation meeting: Decisions informed by in-house specialists Fixed Income Equities Economics Property (Global) (Global) Balanced Team asset Balanced Team asset allocation review allocation outcome and decisions applied across all mandates SA Equity Sector Review Best Strategic Investment Mandates View RESI INDI FINI Mandates 7 Quarterly Meetings
    • Global Best Investment View Mandate:maximum & minimum asset allocations over last 3 years Asset Class Max Min SA Equities 69 54.2 SA Listed Property 5.4 1.9 SA Bonds 18.4 2.4 SA Cash 15 2.2 Global Equity 15.9 0.9 Global Bonds 7.1 0.0 Global Cash 8.9 0.0 8
    • Current asset allocation (%) The Balanced Fund The Balanced Cautious Fund Fund BM Asset Fund BM Asset Weight Weight Class Weight Weight Class Current Current SA Equities 58.9 60 Total Equity SA Equities 29.4 25 Total Equity Exposure is 73.4% Exposure is 39.6% SA SA Property 3.6 0 Property 4.9 5 SA Bonds 6.1 25 SA Bonds 10.4 15 SA Cash 16.7 0 SA Cash 41.9 45 Global Global 14.4 9 10.2 4 Equity Equity Global Global 0 6 3.9 6 Bonds Bonds 9
    • Portfolio Activity
    • Market performance as at 30 September 2010 (%): Local (Rand) 3 Month 1 Year 3 Year Equities: SWIX 14.3 21.8 4.2 Listed Property: SAPY 13.7 30.8 10.9 Bonds: ALBI 8.0 15.3 10.1 Cash: STEFI Comp Index 1.7 7.2 9.6 Global (US Dollar) Equity: MSCI World Index 13.8 6.8 -8.3 Bonds: Barclays Global Aggregate Index 7.3 6.1 7.4 11
    • Portfolio activity: global assets Switched bonds into equities as bond yields dropped Comparison of S&P 500 Dividend Yield and 10-Year Treasury Yield 18 16 14 12 Asset Class % 30 June 30 Sepyield (%) 10 8 Global Equity 70.9 100.0 6 4 Global Bonds 29.1 0.0 2 0 Global 0.0 0.0 Cash Jan-60 Jan-64 Jan-68 Jan-72 Jan-76 Jan-80 Jan-84 Jan-88 Jan-92 Jan-96 Jan-00 Jan-04 Jan-08 10-Year Treasury Billl S&P 500 Dividend Yield 12
    • Changes in US mutual fund assets 13
    • Global equity portfolio regional and sector exposures Regional Exposure vs MSCI World as at Sector Positioning vs MSCI World as at 30 September 2010 30 September 2010Emerging Markets Technology Cash Consumers Asia ex Japan Industrials Japan Cash North America Services United Kingdom Europe ex UK Financials -10% -5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% -20% -15% -10% -5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 14
    • Portfolio activity: SA assets Asset 30 June 30 Sep● Increased the duration of the bonds to a neutral ALBI Class % ● Bought the long end (greater than 12 years) of the curve by switching short dated bonds SA Equity 69.7 69.3● Reduced exposure to bonds as yields dropped SA Prop 4.2 4.2 ● Continued foreign demand for bonds ● Improving inflation data increased the possibility of further rate cuts SA Bonds 11.0 7.0● Proceeds from bonds into cash – favorable risk adjusted return SA Cash 15.1 19.4● Marginal buyers of equity – remain overweight 15
    • Current equity sector allocation (%) Technology Health Care 6.1 Consumer Goods 8.0 Industrials 8.2 Oil & Gas 8.2 Telecommunications 12.9 Consumer Services 13.5 Basic Materials 19.6 Financials 23.5 0 5 10 15 20 25 16
    • Biggest over-weights and under-weights versus the SWIXTop 5 Overweight Fund Weight % Benchmark Weight %Investec Ltd 4.2 1.0Sasol 8.2 5.4Woolworths Holdings 3.6 0.8ArcelorMittal South Africa Ltd 3.4 0.7Massmart Holdings 3.8 1.1Top 5 Underweight Fund Weight % Benchmark Weight %Naspers - 3.7Anglo Platinum - 2.5Shoprite - 1.9Remgro - 1.9Standard Bank Group 3.3 4.8 17
    • ArcelorMittal Investment Case“Fundamentals are attractive – sentiment not so”
    • Key considerations ● Buy was executed after agreement, facilitated by the DTI, was reached with Kumba ● This agreement stabilised iron ore input costs and sustainability of Saldanha Steel ● Correlated to SA economic recovery and GDFI The certainties The uncertainties ● Steel economics ● Kumba iron ore dispute ● Prices ● ICT acquisition ● Volumes ● BEE deal ● Costs ● ZISCO acquisition ● Cash flow adequacy ● Competition Commission fines ● Valuations 19
    • Recent share price history Kumba 13000 dispute over Sishen Mine 12000 11000 Reintroduced 10000 stock into portfolio at 2% overweight Portfolio holding 9000 reduced to zero. 8000 7000 20
    • SA steel volumes • Volumes and capacity utilisation are recovering Transportation Automotive1800 100% 2% 6%1600 90% Pipe and tube Construction 80% 14% 25%1400 70%1200 60% Packaging1000 6% Converters 50% Machinery 9% 800 8% 40% 600 Furniture and 30% appliances Service centres 400 20% 2% 21% 200 10% Energy, mining and chemicals 0 0% 7% Export sales Domestic sales Domestic sales % total 21
    • Operating margin recovery 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% -5% -10% 22
    • Attractive valuation 25008.07.0 20006.05.0 15004.0 10003.02.0 5001.00.0 0 EV / EBITDA (CY2010) EV / ton (US$) 23
    • Financial forecasts 2009a 2010e 2011e 2012e EPS -88.9 815 1180 1760 EPS growth % 1017 45 49.2 PE -93.4 10.2 7 4.7 DPS 0 300 400 600 DPS growth % 33 50 DY % 0 3.6 4.8 7.2 NAV cps 5180 5100 5300 5500 FreeCFps 730 795 1250 1836 RoE % -1.4 12.4 17.8 21.1 24
    • Uncertainties ● Kumba iron ore dispute ● Referred to arbitration ● Worst case scenario priced-in, substantial upside potential ● ICT acquisition & BEE deal ● Previously announced structure under review ● Subject to mining rights clarification ● Alternatives could emerge ● Risk to fair value muted ● ZISCO bid ● Long-term synergies marketing and raw material sourcing ● Competition Commission fines ● ACL is co-operating fully ● Partially provided for and cash on hand 25
    • Portfolio Performance
    • Latest performance -30 September 2010 (%) 6 month 1 Year 5 Year Balanced Fund 4.8 16.4 11.5 Peer Group Quartile 1st 1st 2nd Balanced Cautious Fund 4.7 12.1 na Peer Group Quartile 2nd 1st na 27
    • Quartile Performance – It’s been a good year to dateFunds 3 Month 6 Month YTD 1 Year 3 Year 5 Year Risk ProfiledSTANLIB Conservative FoF 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2ndSTANLIB Moderately Conservative FoF 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 1stSTANLIB Moderate FoF 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rdSTANLIB Moderately Aggressive FoF 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 3rdSTANLIB Aggressive FoF 1st 2nd 1st 1st 4th 3rd BalancedSTANLIB Balanced Cautious 1st 2nd 1st 1st - -STANLIB Balanced 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 3rd 28
    • Investment Environment & Outlook into 2011
    • Investment environment – what we said at the start of the yearGlobal Outlook● Sustained economic recovery from a deep recession ● Synchronised global growth ● Continued monetary and fiscal policy stimulus● Sustained global liquidity SA Outlook● Economic recovery to gain momentum, saw moderate GDP acceleration in Q3 2009● Export volumes to continue to rise ● Inflation contained within the target range ● Rates to remain on hold well into 2010● Supportive Rand factors to continue until at least June 2010 30
    • Key global macro themes for 2011● Fed continues with liquidity programme for most of 2011, but starts to ease-up towards year-end leading to a sell-off in global bonds. Fiscal austerity programmes to continue● Some re-balancing of global capital flows, investors looking for under-valued assets in developed markets. Emerging market currencies weaken, but not collapse● Longer-term growth differential between emerging and developed economies becomes more entrenched despite the re-balancing of global flows● M&A activity increases more noticeably in 2011, helped by the low cost of capital● Commodity prices supported by supply constraints and solid demand from emerging economies.31
    • Fixed income flows into emerging market funds 32
    • Emerging market equity’s weight in MSCI All Countries Index %, weight in index 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 33
    • Key SA macro themes for 2011 ● SA consumer activity set to improve in 2011, helped by real wage increases and growth in consumer credit ● Inflation and interest rates expected to drift sideways for most of 2011, but concerns about food inflation on the rise. ● Fixed investment spending expected to remain subdued for most of 2011 except for some public sector projects. A pick-up in private sector investment is a theme for 2012 ● SA policy debate remains a focus, including nationalisation, inflation targeting, Rand strength, land claims, NHI. Don’t except much actual change ● Rand remains well supported over the coming months, but the factors supporting the Rand should slowly dissipate in 2011 34
    • SA growth in consumer spending vs disposable income%, q/q 13 12 11 Disposable Income 10 9 8 7 Consumer spending 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Debt servicing costs at historical lows 35
    • SA consumer creditR billion, month-on-month, 3-month moving average 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 36
    • Growth in private sector fixed investment spending vs prime interest rates %y/y % 20 5 18 16 7 Private sector investment (lhs) 14 9 12 10 11 8 6 13 4 15 2 0 17 -2 -4 19 -6 -8 Prime interest rates (rhs) 21 -10 23 -12 -14 25 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Current level of interest rates should result in 37 more investment spending into 2012
    • SA fixed investment spending by institutional groupIndex Q1 2003 = 100 480 Public corporations 440 400 360 320 280 240 General government 200 160 Private sector 120 80 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 38
    • Portfolio positioning summary Portfolio• Equities remain our preferred asset class Asset Class Weight % Benchmark Weight % Current • Notably global equities SA Equities 58.9 60• We have down-weight bonds SA Property 3.6 0 • Bearish on global bonds SA Bonds 6.1 25• Retained SA listed property as a fixed interest proxy – SA Cash 16.7 0 distribution growth and stable bond yields Global 14.4 9 Equities• 12 month cash return of 6.4% favorable relative to bonds Global 0.0 6 Bonds 39
    • Thank You
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