London stock market hit by outages

It is the second time in less than two months that trading has been disrupted

SoftBank buys majority stake in car software firm Cubic

Deal marks tech investment giant’s largest overseas investment since public listing in 2018

SA Taxi needs debt solution to keep going

Transaction Capital swings into a loss in ‘most challenging’ year

WATCH: Alexforbes posts higher interim profit

Business Day TV speaks to Alexforbes CEO Dawie de Villiers

SA is ‘more and more irrelevant’ globally, Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka says

The leader of the specialised financial services group believes there should be more investment in innovation and entrepreneurship

Capitec goes it alone after terminating life insurance deal with Sanlam

Capitec Life Limited, a newly licensed insurer forming part of the Capitec group, will take over the administration of the insurance book

Alexforbes flexes muscle in independent financial adviser market

The financial services group has moved away from insurance over the past few years

Stanlib opens door to funding Eskom transmission lines

Asset manager says regulations need to be clarified to achieve due diligence

PODCAST | Mukuru’s plan to stay ahead in Africa’s cross-border payments market

Host Mudiwa Gavaza talks to Mukuru CEO Andy Jury about winning in Africa’s competitive money transfer market

Most asset allocators upbeat about SA 2024 returns, survey finds

Fund managers poll indicates more than 70% think local equities are undervalued

Transaction Capital stops financing new taxis

The company expects to will swing to a headline loss of more than R700m

Purple sees red as Easy Equities investors bail

Group warns of annual loss as trading volumes slump on its trading platform designed for small investors

Charlie Munger’s death puts Berkshire succession in focus

End of an era shines spotlight on managers who have largely operated in the shadows

Acts of staff who facilitated money-laundering cut deep, says Sasfin CEO

Michael Sassoon expects the company to bounce back stronger from the experience

Stanlib fund targets cash-flush corporate treasuries seeking high yields

The fund is suited to corporates seeking returns that exceed those of money market funds, while maintaining a conservative investment mandate and high liquidity