Happy YOU Year!


We are so thankful for the year that has passed and now we are moving forward and looking forward to what the new year brings. What have you neglected over the past two years? Many of us have neglected our health and stopped exercising, we abandoned our hobbies and stopped doing a lot of the things that make us … well, us! The last two years taught us many lessons that many of us learned as it relates to family, friends, and all our loved ones. We at Sagicor want to remind you for 2023 to take care of you! 

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What Does Freedom Mean To You?


We at Sagicor, celebrate with Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, and Barbados this month for their independence celebrations! Independence is often associated with the word freedom! Freedom to take care of yourself, freedom to make the best choices for yourself and family, freedom to live life the way you desire. 

As we celebrate this month with 3 of the islands in which we operate and serve, we’ve decided to look at the word freedom! What does freedom mean to you? Let’s tell you what it means to us.

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Roadmap to Retirement


Increasingly, the difference between a retirement filled with exciting adventures and one where people are challenged to pay their bills, is strategic retirement planning and shrewd investing. Ideally, smart retirement planning should start from your very first pay day. It should also include investments in financial instruments that allow you to steadily grow your retirement income over time. However, most people simply don’t or can’t start their retirement planning that early. We understand that. At Sagicor Asset Management (SAMI), we have the resources, skills, and financial instruments to help you plan for retirement, whatever your stage of life. It starts with a conversation and an awareness of a few key things.

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Is Your Financial House in Order?


The tumultuous events of the last two years have forced many Barbadians to become hyper- focused about the state of their finances. At the height of COVID-19 and its impact on the economy and workforce, many people began to fully appreciate the need for a nest egg or “rainy day fund” that could have kept them afloat as they navigated the unknown.

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