Poor UK performance sees Investec earnings fall by 17.2%
Investec reported weak earnings for the six months to end September, hit by a poor performance in the UK.
Investec’s headline earnings per share fell by 17.2% in the half-year to 30 September 2019.
The results from the UK was offset somewhat by a good performance in South Africa.
Investec Asset Management is renaming itself to Ninety One once it completes its split from Investec Group.
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