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Financial Services

Barclays Africa hastens talks to buy banks in Egypt, Zim

Jul 29 2015 12:06

Barclays Africa Group says talks to buy its parent company’s operations in Egypt and Zimbabwe have been accelerated following management changes at Barclays.

Financial Services

Barclays Africa first-half profit up on consumer bank boost

Jul 29 2015 08:36

Barclays Africa Group says first-half profit climbed 9.8% after retail and business banking earnings rose, bad debts declined and it expanded African operations.

Financial Services

Multi asset portfolios consistently attract bulk of net inflows

Jul 29 2015 19:46

South African Multi Asset portfolios have continued to attract the bulk of the net inflows, contributing R74bn of the total R77bn in net inflows.

Financial Services

Expropriation bill will spook investors, banks say

Jul 28 2015 15:28

The banking industry has criticised a draft law that will allow the government to expropriate property without having to pay compensation at market prices.

Financial Services

eThekwini Municipality strikes deal with Nedbank

Jul 28 2015 12:04

The eThekwini Municipality has signed a five year agreement with Nedbank to provide banking services from October 1 2015.


SARS makes U-turn on business tax location rules

Jul 27 2015 08:18

A new draft interpretation note sees SARS moving closer to international laws on exactly where companies have to pay tax.

Financial Services

Africa woos private equity funds

Jul 27 2015 13:02

From milk churning in Zimbabwe to rose growing in Ethiopia, private equity investments in Africa have returned to pre-crisis levels.

Financial Services

Philosopher: Want to save lives? become a banker

Jul 27 2015 19:30

According to one of the world's most famous living philosophers, becoming a hot shot in finance may be the best way for a bright graduate to help the global poor.

Financial Services

Pyramid scheme allegations are baseless - accused

Jul 27 2015 07:50

The man fingered in a pyramid scheme has denied allegations that he collected about R100m from unsuspecting members of the public.

Financial Services

Hawks put end to R100m pyramid scheme

Jul 22 2015 18:17

The Asset Forfeiture Unit says Platinum Forex, based in Parow, Cape Town, has collected more than R100m from unsuspecting members of the public.

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Financial Services

'Brexit' fears haunt UK's roaring trade in euros

Jul 22 2015 15:45

The capital of euro trading prospers outside the eurozone, but London's dominance of the $5.3trn-a-day foreign exchange market could wane if Britain left the EU.

Financial Services

JP Morgan opens dedicated office in South Africa

Jul 20 2015 12:15

JP Morgan Chase has rehired a trader from HSBC as the biggest US bank sets up prime brokerage operations in South Africa for the first time.

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