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The Financial services group reports a core operating revenue increase of 4 per cent to R1.5 billion and thanks to a strict cost control strategy, operating expenses were cut by 5 per cent. Robert Katz, Group CEO, Peregrine joined CNBC Africa for more.Read More
Peregrine announced its six months results ended 30 September reflecting increased headline earning by 4-percent to 283-million rand. Peregrine Group, one of South Africa’s premier wealth and alternative investments specialists also reported annuity earnings from continuing operations to be up by 15-percent. To unpack these figures CNBC Africa is joined by Peregrine CEO, Rob Katz.Read More
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.Read More
The rand opened slightly weaker this morning, trading above R11.90/$, and will struggle to find the momentum to break meaningfully below the R11.80/$ target level. Factors driving current rand levels remain mostly the same as last week, namely continued strong commodity prices and a soft US dollar.Read More
How to Hedge Your Cryptocurrency Risk
Bianca Botes, Corporate Treasury Management, Peregrine Treasury Solutions joins CNBC Africa to give insight on hedging cryptocurrency risk.Read More