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Capital Appreciation joint-CEO Brad Sacks. Picture: SUPPLIED
Capital Appreciation joint-CEO Brad Sacks. Picture: SUPPLIED

Capital Appreciation has maintained its half-year dividend at 4.25c despite economic challenges, citing high demand for its products. The fintech group anticipates a strong second-half performance, fuelled by diversified revenue streams and growth opportunities.

Capital Appreciation CEO Brad Sacks discussed the company’s performance in greater detail with Business Day TV.

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