Old Mutual Limited 'set free', lists on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

Old Mutual Limited listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as Old Mutual plc approaches the conclusion of the “managed separation” of its four underlying businesses in Africa, the UK and elsewhere

Old Mutual Limited also listed on stock exchanges in London, Malawi, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Old Mutual Limited CEO Peter Moyo.

Watch the interview in the video below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

Yes, and no. [When asked if the last 20 years was a waste of time.]

Peter Moyo, Old Mutual Limited

Setting these business free, that alone created shareholder value.

Peter Moyo, Old Mutual Limited

In our case, there is also the emotional attachment.

Peter Moyo, Old Mutual Limited

We’re bringing back home a corporate with a conscience.

Peter Moyo, Old Mutual Limited

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