Music royalties: A surprisingly tangible investment

Hipgnosis Songs fund held in Sanlam Real Assets fund

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Mike Pinggera of Sanlam Investments
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Mike Pinggera of Sanlam Investments

While there is nothing quite like hearing one of your favourite songs on the radio, imagine if you also got paid every time a classic hit received airtime, writes Mike Pinggera, head of multi-strategy at Sanlam Investments.

This is one of the reasons we invest in music royalties within the Sanlam Real Assets fund. Although music royalties may not be thought of as a real asset like a road or building, there is something...

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