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Firstrand says HY headline EPS 211.5 cents vs. 185.4 cents
Thursday, 9 Mar 2017 01:25am EST 

Firstrand Ltd - : HY basic headline earnings per share 211.5 cents versus 185.4 cents . Group is exploring strategic options to protect its counterparty status . Expects economic growth to pick up slightly in 2017, although unlikely to provide significant support to topline growth for some time . Group aims to deliver real growth in earnings and an ROE of between 18-22 pct .Declared a gross cash dividend totalling 119 cents per ordinary share out of income reserves for six months ended Dec. 31 2016.  Full Article

S. Africa Competition Tribunal approves Firstrand acquisition of MMI's property letting enterprise
Wednesday, 15 Jun 2016 09:34am EDT 

S. Africa's Competition Tribunal : Approved without conditions merger that will see Firstrand Bank acquire property letting enterprise from MMI Group (((Bengaluru Newsroom +91 806 749 1136);)).  Full Article

S. Africa's Competition Tribunal approves Firstrand Life-MMI Group deal
Wednesday, 18 May 2016 08:57am EDT 

Competition Tribunal : Approved without conditions Firstrand Life deal to acquire part of long-term insurance policy book of MMI Group . Approved without conditions merger whereby Petra Diamonds unit, Ekapa Minerals and Super Stone Mining formed JV (((Bengaluru Newsroom +91 806 749 1136);)).  Full Article

Firstrand Ltd declares dividend
Thursday, 10 Sep 2015 01:01am EDT 

Firstrand Ltd:Declares a gross cash dividend totalling 210 cents per ordinary share.The record date is Oct. 9 and payment date is Oct. 12.  Full Article

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FirstRand's Namibia unit gets approval to buy money manager

WINDHOEK, March 24 South Africa bank FirstRand's Namibian unit has secured regulatory approval to buy out a fund manager, it said on Friday, as part of the lender's stated plan to bulk up in the southern African nation.