Tag: Dawie De Villiers

ARC set become new majority shareholder at Alexander Forbes

African Rainbow Capital is set to become the new majority shareholder at Alexander Forbes with plans to buy over R1 billion of the pension fund administrator’s shares.

Alexander Forbes CEO: How emigration impacts our business

Alexander Forbes has seen a 42 per cent increase in headline earnings per share after earnings dropped by more than 20 per cent in the same period last year.

Dawie de Villiers: How Alexander Forbes plans to use the R1.94bn from short-term insurance unit sale

Locally listed financial services group, Alexander Forbes just closed on the sale of its short-term insurance business to Momentum Metropolitan. What are they set to do with the capital injection going forward? Joining CNBC Africa for more is Dawie de Villiers, Chief Executive Officer, Alexander Forbes.

Alexander Forbes sees decline in FY earnings

Alexander Forbes is reporting a 1 per cent drop in headline earnings per share, down to 44 cents for the year ended 31 March 2019. The final dividend for the year came in at 30 cents per share. Dawie de Villiers, Group CEO, Alexander Forbes joins CNBC Africa for more.

Dawie de Villiers opens up on Alexander Forbes’ executive departures

Alexander Forbes has begun the year on a somewhat low but might call it a high, if you consider the events a cleaning up process. There have been several resignations by some of the company executives. This comes after the sudden departure of its CEO in September. To date there has been over five resignations by its executives. Dawie de Villiers, Group Chief Executive at Alexander Forbes joins CNBC Africa for more.

Alexander Forbes cans Zimbabwe deal

Alexander Forbes has released interim results reflecting the challenged economic climate in South Africa which the company has been operating in. The results for six months ended September reports headline earnings per share down by 25 per cent compared to the same time last year. Group Chief Executive, Dawie De Villiers joins CNBC Africa for more.

Sanlam to buy Absa Consultants and Actuaries for R285mn

Sanlam to buy Absa Consultants and Actuaries for 285mn
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