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African Bank Investment Limited (Abil) has been salvaged and is now a going concern and in the process of getting the suspension of its shares lifted, it said in its results statement released on Wednesday.
The JSE-listed portion of Abil will be renamed African Phoenix, the company said in the results statement.
It reported a net profit of R491m for the year to end-September.
The listed entity’s only remaining operating subsidiary is Standard General Insurance Company (Stangen) following the group’s split into a "good bank" (which is trading again as African Bank) and a "bad bank" (called Residual Debt Services Limited) along with its divestiture of the various furniture retail chains owned by Ellerines.
Abil’s shares were suspended in August 2014 when the Reserve Bank placed it into curatorship.
Stangen generated a profit of R84m, up from R69m in 2015, before taking into account a discretionary actuarial liability of R189m.
"This is raised to allow for the shortfall in the exposure...
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