Peregrine was caught in the crossfire of the global economic slowdown for their financial year ended March 2019. The Financial services group reports a core operating revenue increase of 4 per cent to R1.5 billion and thanks to a strict cost control strategy, operating expenses were cut by 5 per cent. Robert Katz, Group CEO, Peregrine joins CNBC Africa for more.
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