Absa Capital HQ. Picture: SUPPLIED
Absa Capital HQ. Picture: SUPPLIED

Absa released its annual results on Monday, reporting a 1% dip in headline earnings due to separation costs from Barclays.

Since the Barclays, Absa divorce the group has managed to regain some retail banking market share. Revenue is up 4% and the company has declared a final dividend of R11.10, reflecting an increase of 4%.

Financial director Jason Quinn joined Business Day TV to discuss the lender’s full-year results and its new growth strategy.

Absa financial director Jason Quinn talks to Business Day TV about the lender’s full-year results and its new growth strategy

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