Financial services provider Sasfin Holdings has warned it has swung into a loss in its year to end-June amid credit impairments and writedowns to reflect deteriorating economic conditions.

The group expects a headline loss per share of 148c-156c to end-June, from headline earnings per share of 501c previously, but adjustments should largely be one-off, the group said.

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