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Viceroy’s report on Capitec is flawed – S&P

S&P Global Ratings said yesterday that its ratings on Capitec Bank was not affected by the investment report published by Viceroy Research on January 30th or by the market's reaction to the report. S&P has Capitec ranked at BB, or speculative, with a stable outlook in line with sovereign rating. Matthew Pirnie, Primary Credit Analyst at S&P Global joins CNBC Africa for more.
S.A’s Capitec Bank says media sensationalising Summit court case

South Africa’s Capitec dismisses Benguela global fund report

South African lender Capitec Bank Holdings dismissed Benguela Global Fund Managers’ letter on Thursday, which had raised concerns about the lender’s business practices. Benguela wrote...
Capitec H1 HEPS up 20 per cent

Capitec Bank Responds Quickly and Strongly Refutes Viceroy Claims

By: Capitec Bank Capitec Bank is deeply concerned about the integrity of a report by Viceroy Research. We received a copy of the Viceroy research report...

Capitec dismisses Viceroy report

Capitec dismisses Viceroy report
Capitec rides tough lending climate

South African Reserve Bank Responds to Viceroy Report on Capitec Bank

By South African Reserve Bank and Reuters South Africa’s central bank said on Tuesday Capitec Holdings was “solvent, well capitalised and has adequate liquidity” in...
Capitec H1 HEPS up 20 per cent

South Africa’s Capitec falls 20% after adverse report by Viceroy Research

Shares in Capitec Holdings dropped as much as 20 percent after U.S. firm Viceroy Research said the South African lender overstates its financial assets...

Is Capitec the next Steinhoff?

Joining CNBC Africa to speak about Capitec's lending practises and its multi-loan facilities is Clark Gardner, CEO of Summit Financial Partners, Kokkie Kooyman, Director and Portfolio Manager at Sanlam Global Financial Fund and Denker Sanlam Collective Investments Financial Feeder Fund and Richard Böttger, Portfolio Manager, Tower Capital Management.

Investors fear run on Capitec after Viceroy report

Investors fear run on Capitec after Viceroy report

Capitec named AABLA 2017 Company of the year

Capitec named AABLA 2017 Company of the year

Capitec out with impressive H1 earnings

Capitec out with impressive H1 earnings

Capitec – Hot or Not

Capitec is a full retail bank with over 8 million retail customers. It was established in March 2001 by the team at PSG. It has a market cap of R104 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 27.43 and a dividend yield of 1.39 per cent. Guest Mduduzi Luthuli, Director, Wealth & Corporate at Luthuli Capital and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Capitec hot or not.
Capitec rides tough lending climate

Capitec: The budget bank rattling South Africa’s financial sector

STELLENBOSCH, South Africa (Reuters) - A budget bank is booming in South Africa’s economic slump, challenging the decades-long dominance of the “big four” lenders...

South Africa’s Capitec FY profit up as client numbers climb

South Africa's Capitec Bank reported an 18 percent rise in full-year profit on Tuesday as the lender continues its push into transactional banking. Capitec, which...

New customers boost Capitec profit

Capitec Bank increased its annual profits as it gained more active customers in the year. The bank recently purchased a 40 per cent stake...

Capitec named S.A’s favourite bank – survey

Capitec is South Africa's favourite bank, according to the latest South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) conducted by Consulta.

Capitec’s H1 headline earnings up 20%

Capitec's H1 headline earnings up 20%
S.A’s Capitec Bank says media sensationalising Summit court case

S.A’s Capitec Bank says media sensationalising Summit court case

Speaking at Capitec’s annual general meeting on Friday, Capitec's CEO said the bank was adhering to bank rating methodology by following the baseline credit assessment.

Credit dispute sensationalised in media – Capitec CEO

Credit dispute sensationalised in media - Capitec CEO

Capitec taken to court over reckless lending

Capitec taken to court over reckless lending
Rand on track to end 2015 more than 35% weaker against the dollar

S.A's Capitec profits in line with forecasts

Capitec gains 1 million active clients.
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