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Liberty Holdings Says HY Headline Earnings Per Share 746.6 Cents
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Liberty Holdings Limited is a financial services company. Its segments include individual arrangements, which provides insurance and investment solutions to individual aspirational and affluent customers, mainly in South Africa; group arrangements, which provides insurance and investment solutions mainly to formally governed groupings of individuals, corporates and retirement funds across sub-Saharan Africa; asset management, which provides asset management capabilities under the STANLIB brand to manage asset flows, including international flows, that are invested in Africa, and other, which includes investment portfolios and governance and strategic execution. Its group arrangements segment includes business units, namely Liberty Corporate (South Africa), Liberty Africa Insurance (retail and institutional long- and short-term insurance in African countries, excluding South Africa) and Liberty Health (fee based health services and short-term insurance across Africa).
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Liberty Holdings posted a better-than-expected 53% jump in half-year profit on Thursday as the South African insurer's turnaround strategy paid off.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings said on Thursday its normalised profit for the six months to end-June jumped by 53%, reflecting progress in medium-term financial targets.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings Ltd said on Thursday half-year earnings are expected to jump at least 45% as the firm proceeds with its turnaround plan. Normalised headline earnings per share, a key profit measure that excludes certain one-off items, is expected to...
African Bank, a small South African lender which is trying to rebuild after nearly collapsing under the weight of bad debts, said it has appointed Thabo Dloti, former CEO of insurer Liberty Holdings, as its chairman.
* Liberty earnings drop 17 pct in 2018 (Recasts, adds CEO interview, share reaction, more details)
South African insurer Liberty Holdings Ltd said on Thursday its normalised headline earnings fell by 17 percent to 2.26 billion rand ($162.27 million) in the year to Dec. 31.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings has agreed to sell its technology platform, which supports its short-term insurance business, to Standard Bank Group Ltd for 145 million rand ($10.45 million).
South African Insurer Liberty Holdings is considering job cuts as part of a wider restructuring of its business, the company said on Wednesday.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings reported a 6 percent rise in half-year profit on Thursday, a sign that a turnaround strategy launched a year ago is gaining momentum.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings reported a 6 percent rise in half-year profit on Thursday, a sign that a turnaround is gaining momentum.
* Liberty majority owner Standard Bank backs insurer (Recasts with regulator, adds trader and client reaction)
South Africa's Information Regulator said on Monday it was concerned over reports of a data breach at Liberty Holdings and had requested an urgent meeting with the insurer's CEO to get more details on the cyber attack.
Shares in South African insurer Liberty Holdings fell nearly 5 percent on Monday and appeared set for their worst daily fall since February 9 after it became the victim of a cyber attack last Thursday.
* Customers have not suffered financial losses- CEO (Adds CEO quotes)
The Chief Executive of South African insurer Liberty Holdings said its customers did not appear to have suffered any financial losses after the company reported earlier on Sunday that it had become the victim of a cyber attack.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings said on Sunday it had become the victim of a cyber attack, with an external party claiming to have seized data from the firm and demanding payment.
South African insurer Liberty Holdings reported an 8 percent rise in annual profit on Friday, a sign that a turnaround strategy under a new chief executive is bearing fruit.
* APPOINTMENT OF YURESH MAHARAJ AS GROUP FINANCIAL DIRECTOR WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bangalore.email@example.com)
South African long-term insurer Liberty Holdings on Friday flagged a weaker profit margin for business in the nine months to end-September, as political and economic uncertainty influence investment decisions by clients.
* Shares fall as much as 7 percent (Adds CEO, analyst, updates shares)
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