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21 Jun 18

Ringing the Changes


A year after taking over from Jonathan Hertz, CEO Rob Katz has substantially changed the shape of the Peregrine Group. If the competition authorities don't object he will sell the group's 65% interest in Peregrine Securities to a consortium of Securities management and black empowerment companies.

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14 Jun 18

Peregrine's Star Citadel Becomes a Wealth Fortress


Specialist financial services group Peregrine Holdings yesterday singled out its Citadel subsidiary as the star performer with a 19 percent increase in headline earnings for the year to end March.

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14 Jun 18

Peregrine Sells Securities Business to Legae


The financial services group says the higher capital requirement of its securities businesses are out of kilter with its other divisions. Peregrine has announced plans to sell its securities businesses to a consortium of black investors led by management at Legae Securities. The deal will create a new black-owned and controlled securities business with meaningful women ownership.

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13 Jun 18

Strong Rand Impacts Peregrine Earnings


Financial services group Peregrine has reported stable results for this year in spite of economic and political uncertainty. Headline earnings increased 7 per cent to R535 million. Peregrine CEO, Robert Katz joins CNBC Africa for more.

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13 Jun 18

Peregrine's Financial Results


Peregrine Group CEO, Robert Katz, talks to Lindsay Williams of Fine Music Radio, to unpack the Group's financial results as at 31 March 2018.

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