What will happen to the rand if Britain withdraws from the European Union?

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Brigit Taylor, CEO at Kaon Capital.

Taylor spoke about how the Brexit vote is likely to affect the rand.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

If they stay the pound will strengthen.

Brigit Taylor, CEO at Kaon Capital

We’re looking at R23 to the pound if Britain stays.

Brigit Taylor, CEO at Kaon Capital

If they leave the EU the pound will weaken to below R22.

Brigit Taylor, CEO at Kaon Capital

We expect Britain to stay part of the EU.

Brigit Taylor, CEO at Kaon Capital

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