Investment Banking

Nedbank CIB Graduate Programme helps young achievers to change their futures and change the world

By | 2020-07-02T12:22:27+02:00 July 2nd, 2020|Investment Banking|

The days of learning a specific skill and then making a lifetime career out of it are long gone. As are the days of corporate ladders being the only means to achieve the heights of success. Today's working world requires talented individuals who can adapt to fast-changing environments. It needs innovators, thinkers, creators and collaborators [...]

Tax and forex in Africa: A property investor’s perspective

By | 2020-07-14T14:33:35+02:00 June 4th, 2020|Investment Banking, Sustainable Business|

By Gerhard Zeelie; Head of Property Finance Africa: Nedbank CIB A combination of recent political volatility, regulatory uncertainty and slow economic growth in South Africa has meant that many property investors have felt the need to look for opportunities elsewhere in the world to bolster their portfolios while waiting for the country's recovery to gain [...]

Nigeria’s growing appeal as a real estate investment destination

By | 2020-07-14T14:31:26+02:00 June 4th, 2020|Investment Banking, Sustainable Business|

By Gerhard Zeelie, Head of Property Finance Africa: Nedbank CIB As South Africa's medium-term economic growth prospects become increasingly uncertain, many local and international property investors are finding it necessary to shift their focus elsewhere while they wait for stability and a clear growth path to be restored for the country. Possibly as a consequence [...]

Understanding Africa: A property investor’s perspective

By | 2020-06-12T15:13:07+02:00 June 4th, 2020|Investment Banking, Sustainable Business|

By Gerhard Zeelie; Head of Property Finance Africa: Nedbank CIB A combination of political volatility, regulatory uncertainty and economic stagnation has seen South Africa understandably falling out of favour with local and global property investors of late. However, much of the rest of Africa remains a relatively attractive investment proposition across a variety of sectors, [...]

Could Covid-19 be a catalyst for SA’s structural reform?

By | 2020-06-15T13:45:33+02:00 May 31st, 2020|Investment Banking, Sustainable Business|

By Zondi Nduli and Greg Rowan; Nedbank CIB While the impact of Covid-19 is first and foremost a healthcare and humanitarian crisis, the disastrous effect it has had, and will continue to have, on economies, markets, businesses and personal finances is now patently clear. And the mergers and acquisitions sector certainly hasn't escaped the negative [...]