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Standard Bank Group Ltd (SBKJ.J)

SBKJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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20 Jun 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Standard Bank Group Updates On Performance For Three Months Ended March 31
Tuesday, 24 Apr 2018 

April 24 (Reuters) - Standard Bank Group Ltd ::UPDATE ON GROUP'S PERFORMANCE FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED 31 MARCH 2018.DURING THREE MONTHS ENDED 31 MARCH 2018 HEADLINE EARNINGS ADJUSTABLE ITEMS WERE NEGLIGIBLE.STANDARD BANK - IN SA, SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT IN BUSINESS AND CONSUMER CONFIDENCE NOT YET TRANSLATED INTO STRONGER ASSET GROWTH FOR 3 MONTHS ENDED MARCH.  Full Article

Standard Bank Group Names Lungisa Fuzile As CEO Of SBSA​
Thursday, 14 Dec 2017 

Dec 14 (Reuters) - Standard Bank Group Limited :​:STANDARD BANK GROUP - ‍APPOINTMENT OF LUNGISA FUZILE AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF STANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED ("SBSA") WITH EFFECT FROM 15 JAN 2018​.STANDARD BANK GROUP LTD - LUNGISA FUZILE TAKES OVER FROM SIM TSHABALALA WHO HAS SERVED AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF SBSA FROM JUNE 2008 TO DATE.  Full Article

Standard Bank Group six-month HEPS rises
Thursday, 18 Aug 2016 

Standard Bank Group Ltd : Unaudited condensed consolidated interim results and dividend announcement for six months ended 30 June 2016 . H1 680 cents headline earnings per share, 1H15: 650 cents, up 5 pct . H1 net asset value per share 9 381 cents, 1H15: 8 832 cents, up 6 pct . H1 credit loss ratio - banking activities 56.8 pct, 1H15: 0.99 pct . 340 cents dividend per share, 1H15: 303 cents, up 12 pct . Total income grew by 15 pct in 1H16, with net interest income (NII) increasing by 18 pct on back of stronger margins, up 23bps to 372bps . H1 cost-to-income ratio - banking activities 56.8 pct, 1H15: 57.3 pct . Says H1 13.2 pct common equity tier I ratio 1H15: 13.1 pct . H1 total credit impairment charges were 16 pct higher than prior period . Global growth outlook going into 2016 was cautiously positive . Risks highlighted at beginning of year have started to materialise, increasing volatility and uncertainty .Britain's vote to leave European Union and associated lack of clarity has only served to exacerbate this.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-S. African insurer Liberty to be quizzed by regulator over cyber attack

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