Niche financial services group Ecsponent slipped into a loss in its year to end-June, having experienced currency volatility as it considers new acquisitions.

Just under half of the group's total assets of R3.17bn are held in hard-currency-listed investments, providing a hedge against a weaker rand, but also exposing the group to short-term volatility...

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