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Financial Services

Morgan Stanley to 'significantly reduce' broker recruitment

May 24 2017 13:35

Morgan Stanley has said it will cut back on using recruitment bonuses to poach established financial advisers as a new rule throws the industry’s traditional hiring practices into doubt.

Financial Services

Following FIC move, DeVere now said to face US probe

May 24 2017 07:52

DeVere is under investigation by the US Securities and Exchange Commission, five former employees informed of the probe by management before they left have said.

Financial Services

Fintech can unlock business potential of African banks

May 23 2017 16:35

Fintech is turning traditional banking on its head and is disrupting the way ordinary Africans manage and use their money, says an expert.

Financial Services

African Bank looks to fire 652 staff

May 21 2017 06:01

African Bank this week issued notices to its staff related to a restructuring plan that will see as many as 652 staff members retrenched, a source told City Press.

Financial Services

Investec full-year profit beats analyst estimates

May 18 2017 17:47

Investec has posted full-year earnings that beat analyst estimates as assets under management and lending jumped.

Financial Services

Absa Capital staff said to stage walkout after top black manager overlooked

May 18 2017 11:46

Black professionals at Absa Capital staged a walkout after a top black manager was apparently passed over for a top post, says a source close to the company.

Financial Services

Britain's Lloyds bank back in private hands

May 17 2017 21:42

British bank Lloyds, bailed-out by the UK government at the height of the financial crisis, has announced that it has returned to full private ownership.

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Financial Services

Old Mutual responds to spike in complaints

May 14 2017 12:04

Old Mutual responds to the latest long-term insurance ombudsman report which revealed that most of the complaints received by the office were related to the company.

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