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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Johan Burger, CEO Designate of FirstRand, who said it’s becoming more difficult to outperform given the high base and the increasing economic and regulatory headwinds the business faces.
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It’s going to be harder to make a profit next year. GDP growth will be slower and interest rates are going to rise.— Johan Burger
There are still opportunities to grow!— Johan Burger
We don’t predict a recession in South Africa.— Johan Burger
Relative to our peers; we’re in good shape!— Johan Burger
WesBank is far more diversified than people realise.— Johan Burger
FNB has an excellent growth rate.— Johan Burger
We’re not surprised that Discovery is moving into banking. They will be a formidable competitor.— Johan Burger
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