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5 new things we learned about Capitec Bank from Viceroy

31 January 2018 8:36 PM
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Just One Lap Financial Educator Simon Brown.
Picture: @CapitecBankSA

In the latest twist in the convoluted Capitec Bank/Viceroy saga, PSG Group – the largest shareholder in the South African bank – is calling for an investigation into the conduct of the US research group.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Just One Lap Financial Educator Simon Brown.

Brown discussed five new things we learned about Capitec Bank from Viceroy.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

They [Capitec Bank] know how to manage a crisis.

Simon Brown, Just One Lap

I sold half [of his Capitec Bank shares]. I sold yesterday…

Simon Brown, Just One Lap

I’m siding more with [Capitec Bank] management than with the Viceroy guys.

Simon Brown, Just One Lap

The issues raised by Viceroy are not new.

Simon Brown, Just One Lap

Capitec Bank keeps a lot of money in reserve…

Simon Brown, Just One Lap

South Africans love Capitec Bank! Who doesn’t like low fees?

Simon Brown, Just One Lap

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31 January 2018 8:36 PM
Tags:
Capitec Bank
Simon Brown
Capitec
Just One Lap
Viceroy Research
VICEROY

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