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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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13 Jun 18

Peregrine Lifts Headline Earnings by 7% and Ups Dividend


Specialist financial services group Peregrine on Wednesday reported a 7% increase in segmental headline earnings to R535 million for the year to end March 2018, despite local political uncertainty and market volatility. Peregrine provides individuals and institutions with investment management solutions in wealth and alternative assets.

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13 Jun 18

Strong Rand Takes Shine Off Peregrine Earnings


Specialist financial services group Peregrine says a strong rand took the shine off its earnings in the year to end-March. The group also announced the sale of its share of Peregrine Securities, which it hopes will lead to improved return on equity and higher dividend payout ratios.

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08 Jun 18

Ranking the Analyst: Emlyn Flint Retains his Top Position


The analyst from Peregrine Securities wins the award in the nonequities category for the third consecutive year, setting an early record in the four-year-old awards that will take some beating. Flint wins the award in the nonequities sector for his paper, Regime-Based Tactical Allocation for Equity Factors and Balanced Portfolios.

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