PGR: PEREGRINE HOLDINGS LIMITED - Changes to the board of directors
Changes to the board of directors

(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 1994/006026/06)
Share code: PGR ISIN: ZAE000078127


Shareholders are advised that Mandy Yachad, who has been with the Peregrine group since October 1999 and
an executive director since 2 November 2010, will step down as a director with effect from 31 March 2019.
Mandy will remain as an executive within the Peregrine group until 30 September 2019, during which period
he will continue with his current duties, including as the representative of Peregrine Management Services
Proprietary Limited, Peregrine's Company Secretary. The board would like to thank Mandy for his prodigious
service and contribution to the group over the past two decades.

Shareholders are further advised that Andrew Moller, the Chief Executive Officer of Citadel Holdings
Proprietary Limited ("Citadel"), the Peregrine group's major subsidiary, has been appointed as an executive
director with effect from 1 April 2019. Andrew, who joined Citadel in 1996 has a BComm. LLB and was
initially responsible for the estate, succession and tax planning aspects of clients' portfolios, became 
head of Citadel's wealth management division in 2010 and was appointed Citadel CEO in 2013. He is a member 
of the Financial Planning Institute and the Association for Savings and Investment South Africa ("ASISA")
industry bodies, having recently completed a term as a member of the ASISA Marketing & Distribution Board

7 March 2019

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