Let us help protect you and your family from the financial impact of life's unexpected events such as death, disability and critical illness.
At Liberty, we offer investment solutions that can help you, as an individual, reach your investment goals.
Your family means a lot to you. What steps should you take to ensure that their current and future needs are met?
Liberty Corporate offers a wide range of risk and annuity products, tailored to an employee’s unique needs.
Liberty Corporate has a range of investment portfolios suitable as retirement funds and for businesses.
Liberty Corporate’s umbrella solutions give you the flexibility to structure employee benefits.
Liberty Corporate’s fully fledged administration team provides a comprehensive fund administration service.
Liberty Corporate provides a multitude of specialist consulting and actuarial solutions.
We provide clients with a deep understanding of their liabilities and risks. We enable clients to benefit from our access to the best of Liberty and to thought leadership across the group by providing:
Actuarial advice on social security schemes, national health care, as well as on the feasibility of incorporating private, occupational and personal benefit schemes in the employee benefits landscape.
Cashflow analysis and modelling required for occupational retirement schemes, employee remuneration structures, employee benefits structures and social security schemes.
Pension increase recommendations, keeping in mind a balance between funding and benefit expectations.
Actuarial valuation of both defined benefit and defined contribution schemes.
Accounting valuation of defined benefit schemes in order to comply with IAS 19 requirements and GRAP 25.
Rebuilds and interest calculations to correct operational issues that may arise in employee benefit and remuneration structures, post-retirement medical aid, long service awards and occasional and service leave obligation.
Design and the valuation of scheme risk benefits, including achieving the best from both self-insurance and the use of insurance vehicles.
Loss of income calculations where there has been a personal injury.
Loss of support calculations in the case of accidental death of any kind.
Capitalisation of past and future medical expenses.
Comprehensive reports according to the requirements as laid down by the Auditor-General, which includes the GRAP accounting standards which the Auditor-General requires to be in-force in respect of the municipality's financial reporting.
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