WATCH: CPI falls to lowest level in nearly 15-years

By | 2020-06-25T09:49:08+02:00 June 25th, 2020|Watch This|

South Africa's inflation rate fell to 3% in April from 4.1% in March. This is the lowest reading in almost 15 years as the country went into its most severe period of lockdown when only essential goods and services were available. Business Day TV discussed the print in detail with Walter de Wet from Nedbank [...]

Nedbank Group – commitment to sustainable development

By | 2020-06-19T10:45:19+02:00 June 19th, 2020|Watch This|

At Nedbank our purpose guides our strategy, behaviours and actions towards delivering long-term value. Operating a successful and sustainable business requires a thriving economy, well-functioning society and a healthy environment. As such our response to challenges cannot be a secondary aspect of our business, it must be central to it, with a commitment to sustainable [...]

Daily Market Commentary: 8 August 2019

By | 2020-06-22T10:41:47+02:00 August 8th, 2019|Markets and Research|

Talk about an IMF bail-out causes much volatility, SAGB curve remains steep USDZAR stages modest recovery to trade back below 15.0000 Oil rebounded on a report that Saudi Arabia had contacted other oil producers to discuss possible ways to stem the recent decline in prices Global markets traded higher as bargain hunters came into the [...]

Leading disruptors don’t find new ways of doing things; they find new things to do

By | 2020-06-08T11:39:16+02:00 September 10th, 2018|Digitization|

By Stuart van der Veen; Nedbank CIB Head: Disruption and Innovation For decades, strategy and an associated positioning have been seen as the key means by which any business could successfully differentiate itself from its competitors. Business experts would typically spend thousands of hours analysing the past, assessing the present and trying to predict the [...]