I made a bet with Ian Kirk [Sanlam CEO]; I said we’ll sell a million funeral policies in a year. It took 13 months. So, I was out!— Gerrie Fourie, CEO - Capitec Bank
Regulatory approval [of the takeover of Mercantile Bank] is imminent… We’ll rebrand it to Capitec Business Banking…— Gerrie Fourie, CEO - Capitec Bank
Capitec Bank has 12.6 million active clients, 1.2 million more than six months ago.
The bank made a profit of R2.9 billion (up 20%) in the half-year to 31 August 2019.
Capitec Bank will open 17 new branches over the next six months.
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The branch function has changed completely… now, you do your transactions on a digital platform. We use the branch to sell products such as funeral policies… for us, a branch is still critical…— Gerrie Fourie, CEO - Capitec Bank
We’ve got 6 million clients who only use branches… Of the 6.8 million who are digital, 4 million were in a branch in the past two months.— Gerrie Fourie, CEO - Capitec Bank
Our transaction volumes have grown by 32% in the past six months…— Gerrie Fourie, CEO - Capitec Bank
There are people who want to interact [in a branch] …— Gerrie Fourie, CEO - Capitec Bank
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