Goldman Sachs has received the nod from the Reserve Bank to run a bank in SA in a move that contrasts with recent downsizing and departures by many of its competitors in the country.

The group has also been admitted as a member of the JSE interest rate and currency derivatives market and will offer foreign exchange and bond trading to corporate and institutional clients. 

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