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Trustco Group Holdings Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Trustco final results March 2017 Friday 30 June 2017
 
Revenue for the year increased to NAD1.247 billion (2016: NAD1.150 billion), profit for the year rose to NAD530 million (2016: NAD419.8 million), while headline earnings per share rose to NAD70.75 cents per share (2016: NAD55.32 cents per share).

Dividend
During the year under review, the board recommended that no dividend be declared for the financial period ended 31 March 2017. The main reasons for the decision is that the board believes that Trustco shareholders would be better served over the long term by capitalising the banking and finance segment and to further invest in the resource segment. The company will also implement an aggressive share buyback programme for the next reporting period. The full integrated report including the notice of AGM will be uploaded to the company’s website and posted to the shareholders of the company who were recorded as such in the company’s securities register in due course.
 
Ecsponent Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Ecsponent final results 15 months March 2017 Thursday 29 June 2017
 
Ecsponent changed its financial year end from 31 December to 31 March with effect from 31 March 2017. This represents the 15 month period to March 2017, therefore there are no comparatives. Revenue was recorded at R321.8 million, while gross profit came in at R278.0 million. Operating profit was R229.2 million and total comprehensive income attributable to ordinary shareholders came in at R78.1 million. Headline earnings per share was at 0.014cps.

Dividends
No ordinary dividends have been declared or proposed for the year.

Notice of AGM
Notice is hereby given that the fourteenth Annual General Meeting ("AGM") of the members of Ecsponent Limited will be held on Friday, 4 August 2017 at the Company's registered office, Acacia House, Green Hill Village Office Park, On Lynwood Road, Corner Botterklapper and Nentabos Street, The Willows, Pretoria East at 09:00, to consider and, if deemed fit, to pass, with or without modification, the ordinary and special resolutions set out in this notice. The record date on which shareholders must be recorded as such in the company share register maintained by the transfer secretaries in order to be entitled to attend and vote at the AGM is Friday, 28 July 2017. The last day to trade in order to be recorded on the register on the record date is Tuesday, 25 July 2017.

Prospects
Key elements of the on-going expansion strategy are:
  • reduction in the cost of capital for the Group;
  • the ongoing investment in the credit operations of the Group;
  • the continued growth of subsidiaries through product and market extension;
  • aggressive trading and cost reduction;
  • the acquisition of new equity investments which are profit generating and aligned with the Group's strategy.
The approach mentioned above is aimed at developing a robust and complementary financial services Group which provides sustainable returns.
 
African Phoenix Investments Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Phoenix interim results March 2017 Friday 23 June 2017
 
Total income was R103 million (2016: R100 million) and profit for the period was R59 million (2016: R443 million). Headline earnings per share from continuing operations was recorded at 4.8 cents per share (2016: 0.6 cents per share).

Dividends
No ordinary or preference dividends were declared in the current period (2016: R nil).

Looking ahead
The board continues to pursue its adopted strategy to become a premier South African investment holdings business.

 
Peregrine Holdings Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Peregrine final results March 2017 Wednesday 14 June 2017
 
Total revenue for the year dipped 10% to R2.5 billion (R2.7 billion) and profit from operations tumbled by 22% to R670.6 million (R854.9 million). Profit for the year attributable to equity holders took a 15% knock to R501.9 million (R592.7 million). In addition, headline earnings per share decreased by 17% to 230.0 cents per share (275.8 cents per share).

Dividend
The directors have resolved to declare an ordinary cash dividend of 155 cents per share for the year ended 31 March 2017, which is unchanged from last year's ordinary dividend of 155 cents per share.

Directorate
While there were no changes to the board during the year under review, shareholders were notified, in terms of a SENS announcement published on 22 September 2016, that Jonathan Hertz, the Group CEO, had advised the board of his intention to step down with effect from 30 June 2017.

The board has run a search process resulting in a short-list of potential candidates from which an appointment could be made, however, as a result of the proposed restructure and unbundling referred to above:
  • the board has decided to delay the appointment of the new CEO until there is certainty regarding the restructure. In the interim, it has been agreed that Jonathan Hertz will remain in office until 31 July 2017;
  • the board has, with effect from 1 August 2017, appointed Robert Katz as the interim CEO with the appointment of a permanent CEO to be made following certainty being reached on the proposed restructure. Dispensation has been obtained from the JSE for Robert Katz to continue in his role as CFO during this interim period.
 
Brait SE  click here for the company's news page
Brait final results March 2017 Tuesday 13 June 2017
 
Investment losses were EUR978 million (2016: gains of EUR1.4 billion). Loss for the year came to EUR1.0 billion (2016: profit of EUR1.5 billion). In addition, headline loss per share was recorded at EUR202 cents per share (2016: headline earnings of EUR283 cents per share).

Proposed bonus share issue and cash dividend alternative
The board has proposed a bonus share issue of new, fully paid, ordinary Brait shares with a par value of EUR0.22 each ("New Shares") in proportion to the shareholding of each respective shareholder in Brait, payable to shareholders recorded in the register on the Record Date (the "Bonus Share Issue"). Shareholders will be entitled, in respect of all or part of their shareholding, to elect to receive a cash dividend ("Cash Dividend") of 78.15 ZAR cents/5.25 EUR cents per ordinary share held, or to reinvest the cash dividend (net of any applicable dividend taxes) as a subscription for New Shares ("Cash Dividend Reinvestment"), together the "Cash Dividend Alternative", in lieu of the Bonus Share Issue.

On or about Friday, 30 June 2017 full details of the Bonus Share Issue and Cash Dividend Alternative will be included in a market announcement on the website of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and on the Stock Exchange News Service of the Johannesburg Securities Exchange, and will be made available to shareholders in the form of a circular. The circular and market announcement will include requisite details such as the salient dates (including Record Date and Last Day to Trade).

The Bonus Share Issue and Cash Dividend Alternative are, however, subject to shareholder approval at the company's AGM on 26 July 2017. The results of the AGM are expected to be announced to the market on or about 26 July 2017.

Group outlook
Virgin Active generated a strong financial performance in 2016 and remains focussed on its strategy of being the leading premium health operator in its chosen markets. The company continues to: direct expansion investment in growth markets in Asia and Australia; invest in product innovation across all territories, and invest further in the digital customer journey.

Premier continues to execute on its strategy of brand building, producing consistent quality offerings and product innovation, as well as operational efficiencies. With the normalisation of maize sales volumes and margins expected to resume after the first quarter of FY2018, together with the full year benefits of FY2017's investment in three new baking plants, Premier's core brands are well positioned to compete in their respective markets.

The strategic initiatives that Iceland Foods set out in FY2015, have delivered a strong performance in FY2017. The Food Warehouse store rollout continues, with 25 openings planned in FY2018. Based on the positive sales performance , this new Iceland Store concept will be rolled out to further parts of the UK, with 50 to 60 stores planned for FY2018, predominantly in London, as part of the ongoing programme of store refurbishment. The company continues to plan and invest for the long term, with its strong cash flow generation, targeted marketing campaigns, investment in people, innovation and online sales the key strategies on which management is focused to drive growth.

New Look's FY2017 has clearly been a difficult year and conditions are expected to remain challenging through FY2018. Plans have been set accordingly to address the specific issues experienced in FY2017 and improve business performance, whilst continuing to focus investment in its strategic diversification initiatives in China, Menswear and Multi-channel. New Look's cash flow generation and existing available undrawn borrowing facilities are sufficient to fund operations, capital expenditure and service the coupon on its High Yield Bond.

The Group continues its focus on strategic value drivers. There is significant value to be driven through the existing portfolio, which is where the key focus will be for FY2018.

 
Alexander Forbes Group Holdings Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Aforbes final results March 2017 Monday 12 June 2017
 
Fee and commission income remained unchanged at R3.9 billion (R3.9 billion). Operating profit rose to R796 million (R765 million). Profit attributable to equity holders jumped to R1.5 billion (R0.7 billion). Furthermore. headline earnings per share lowered to 53.4 cents per share (58.1 cents per share).

Dividend
Notice is hereby given that the directors have declared a final gross cash dividend of 23 cents (18.4 cents net of dividend withholding tax) per ordinary share for the year ended 31 March 2017. In addition, the directors have declared a special dividend of 23 cents (18.4 cents net of dividend withholding tax) per ordinary share for the year ended 31 March 2017.

Company prospects
The group's strategy, Ambition 2022, is focused on helping customers achieve a lifetime of financial well-being and security. This is delivered through a five-pillar strategy supporting the group's ambition of becoming a globally distinctive pan-African financial services leader.

Under Ambition 2022 the group has focused on accelerating its strategy to be a trusted partner for financial solutions for every stage, successfully shifting towards operating as a leaner, more focused group, that is no longer 'siloed' into different businesses, with a clear value proposition.

In summary, Ambition 2022 will focus on the following:
  • leveraging the group's market-leading institutional business to drive retail and emerging market growth;
  • driving the delivery of positive operating leverage with a focus on maintaining cost per member per month by at least 2% below inflation; and
  • building a strong ecosystem to drive growth, a strong leadership team and effective strategic partnerships with Mercer and African Rainbow Capital.

The group also completed two significant transactions: selling its 60% interest in the UK-based consulting business, Lane Clark & Peacock, for R1.3 billion and African Rainbow Capital acquiring a 10% shareholding in Alexander Forbes Ltd. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of the group) as a strategic empowerment partner. Together these transactions provide capital for investments and acquisitions.

The group is emerging as a leaner, customer-focused business that is well positioned to create substantial value for shareholders in its next growth phase as a leading financial services group in South Africa and other select emerging markets with a diversified portfolio and profitable business serving end consumers.
 
Finbond Group Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Finbond final results February 2017 Monday 29 May 2017
 
Interest income jumped 252% to R568.1 million (R161.4 million). Profit attributable to owners shot up 142% to R138.7 million (R57.3 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share rose 77% to 18.6 cents per share (10.5 cents per share).

Dividend
The board has approved the declaration of a dividend from retained earnings of 7.28 cents per share (“Cash Dividend”). Shareholders will, however, be entitled to elect to receive a capitalisation share issue alternative (“the Capitalisation Issue Alternative”). If no election is made, the Cash Dividend will be paid.

The circular related to the Cash Dividend and Capitalisation Issue Alternative will be distributed to shareholders in due course.

Company Looking Ahead
The challenging and difficult macro-economic environment as well as the adverse market conditions in the markets within which Finbond operates are not expected to abate in the short and medium term.

However, we remain confident that we have the required resources and depth in management to overcome these challenges and remain optimistic about our prospects for the future due to Finbond’s: Improvement achieved in earnings and profitability despite difficult market conditions; Improvement achieved in cash generated from operating activities; Management expertise; Strong Cash Flow; Strong Liquidity and surplus cash position; Uniquely positioned 379 branch network in South Africa and 171 branches in North America; Superior Asset Quality; Access to funding; Conservative Risk Management and growth potential in the Micro Finance and Banking markets in the lower end of the market both in South Africa and North America.

We believe that the evolution from a short term Micro Finance Institution to a Bank in South Africa and our continued expansion into the North American Short Term Lending market in the implementation of our strategic action plan will ensure that we achieve good results in the medium and long term.
 
Hosken Consolidated Investments Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
HCI final results March 2017 Wednesday 24 May 2017
 
Revenue for the year grew to R14.8 billion (R13.0 billion). EBITDA was 14.5% higher at R6.6 billion (R5.7 billion). Operating profit rose to R5.2 billion (R4.4 billion). Profit attributable to equity holders came in at R1.2 billion (R1.0 billion). In addition, headline earnings per share from continuing operations jumped to 1 331.77 cents per share (940.92 cents per share).

Dividend
The directors of HCI have resolved to declare a final ordinary dividend number 55 of 170 cents (gross) per HCI share for the year ended 31 March 2017 from income reserves.
 
Sygnia Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Sygnia interim results March 2017 Wednesday 24 May 2017
 
Revenue for the interim period rose to R147.5 million (R131.4 million) whilst profit from operations lowered marginally to R48.2 million (R48.6 million). Total profit and other comprehensive income for the period also decreased to R34.3 million (R34.9 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share increased to 26.75 cents per share (25.83 cents per share).

Dividend
Sygnia is committed to rewarding its shareholders with regular distributions of free cash flow generated. Accounting for projected cash requirements, a gross dividend (No. 3) for the interim period ended 31 March 2017 of 25 cents per share has been declared out of retained income, resulting in a net dividend of 20 cents per share for shareholders subject to Dividends Tax ("DT").
 
Deneb Investments Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Deneb final results March 2017 Wednesday 24 May 2017
 
Revenue for the year was R2.9 billion (2016: R2.7 billion) whilst gross profit increased to R743.7 million (2016: R628.9 million). Operating profit before finance costs rose to R196.7 million (2016: R155.5 million). Profit attributable to owners of the company grew to R73.1 million (2016: R56.7 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share increased to 9.85 cents per share (2016: 8.07 cents per share).

Distribution
Notice is hereby given that a final distribution of 3 cents (gross) per ordinary share in respect of the 12 months ended 31 March 2017 has been declared and approved by the board of directors out of stated capital through the reduction of contributed tax capital (distribution).
 
Transaction Capital Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Transaction Capital interim results March 2017 Wednesday 24 May 2017
 
Net interest income grew 8% to R464 million (R429 million). Profit attributable to ordinary equity holders was 10% higher at R232 million (R210 million). In addition, headline earnings per share increased by 7% to 39.5 cents per share (37.0 cents per share).

Dividend
In line with the stated dividend policy of 2.5 to 3 times, the board has declared an interim gross cash dividend of 15 cents per share for the six months ended 31 March 2017 to those members on the record date.

Company prospects and strategy
Transaction Capital's strategy is to drive organic growth by enhancing and developing each division to achieve deep vertical integration within current and adjacent market segments. The composition of its portfolio and the defensive positioning of its divisions augurs well for the group's performance going forward.

Acquisitions remain a key component of Transaction Capital's growth strategy. The group favours a conservative approach with a narrow focus on businesses operating within existing or adjacent market segments. More than R500 million was deployed in December 2016 to fund the business acquisitions made in the period. The R418.9 million of additional equity capital raised in February 2017 has ensured that the balance sheet remains well capitalised, liquid and ungeared at a holding company level. This will enable the group to pursue acquisition opportunities with the flexibility of immediate cash settlement.

In addition, the share issue is also expected to help continue building trading liquidity in Transaction Capital shares.

Transaction Capital continues to enjoy strong support from both local debt investors and international DFIs. During November 2016, Transaction Capital established a R2 billion credit rated and JSE-listed Domestic Note Programme. Transaction Capital has been accorded a A-(ZA) (Long Term, National Scale) and A1-(ZA) (Short Term, National Scale) credit rating from Global Credit Ratings Co. It is expected that this programme will enable the group to gain access to a new capital pool at an attractive cost.

Considering Transaction Capital's defensive positioning within the socio-economic context, management is confident about the group's prospects. The combination of robust organic growth together with the accretive acquisitions supports good growth in the medium term. In addition, earnings will become more evenly weighted between its two divisions after the business acquisitions.
 
Coronation Fund Managers Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Coronation interim results March 2017 Tuesday 23 May 2017
 
Revenue for the interim period decreased to R1.9 billion (2016: R2.1 billion). Results from operating activities lowered to R1 billion (2016: R1.1 billion), profit attributable to equity holders of the company fell to R763 million (2016: R804 million), while headline earnings per share weakened to 220.7 cents per share (2016: 229.7 cents per share).

Interim cash dividend
Coronation continue to reward shareholders through regular and significant distributions of free cash flow generated. The company endeavour to distribute at least 75% of after-tax cash profit. After assessing any projected future cash requirements, a gross dividend of 220.0 cents per share has been declared for the interim period ended 31 March 2017, resulting in a net dividend of 176.0 cents per share for shareholders subject to Dividends Tax (DT).

Company prospects
The group are focused on long-term investing, which remains the bedrock of our business. Volatile markets offer opportunities to take long-term positions that will ultimately deliver compelling returns for our clients over meaningful periods. We believe our portfolios are well-positioned to manage the risk that recent political uncertainty has created for South African investors. While continued near-term volatility and uncertainty may persist, our robust investment approach enables us to make the appropriate long-term decisions for the benefit of our clients. Our success in achieving this will generate long-term value for all stakeholders.
 
Investec plc  click here for the company's news page
Investec in good position to continue growth Friday 19 May 2017
 
According to Business Report, international specialist bank and asset manager Investec has said that its balanced business model together with strategic initiatives placed it in a favourable position to continue with the growth that it has shown in the year to end March despite persistent macroeconomic uncertainty in the market. The group indicated that the market volatility caused by Brexit in the UK and the recent downgrades in South Africa, had not dampened its appetite for business. Managing director Bernard Kantor said the bank and its businesses had already factored the uncertainties into its balance sheet.
 
Investec plc  click here for the company's news page
Investec plc final results March 2017 Thursday 18 May 2017
 
Net interest income increased to GBP679.9 million (2016: GBP573.8 million) and operating profit was higher at GBP637.4 million (2016: GBP523.0 million). Earnings attributable to shareholders rose to GBP442.5 million (2016: GBP368.5 million). In addition, headline earnings per share were recorded at GBP48.2 pence per share (2016: GBP38.5 pence per share).

Declaration of ordinary dividend number 30
Notice is hereby given that final dividend number 30, being a gross dividend of GBP13 pence (2016: GBP11.5 pence) per ordinary share has been recommended by the board from income reserves in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2017 payable to shareholders recorded in the shareholder's register of the company at the close of business on Friday, 28 July 2017.

Non-redeemable, non-cumulative, non-participating preference shares number 22
Notice is hereby given that preference dividend number 22 has been declared from income reserves for the period 01 October 2016 to 31 March 2017 amounting to a gross preference dividend of GBP6.23288 pence per preference share payable to holders of the non-redeemable non- cumulative non-participating preference shares as recorded in the books of the company at the close of business on Friday, 09 June 2017.

Rand-denominated non-redeemable, non-cumulative, non-participating perpetual preference shares dividend number 12
Notice is hereby given that preference dividend number 12 has been declared from income reserves for the period 01 October 2016 to 31 March 2017 amounting to a gross preference dividend of 497.38356 cents per preference share payable to holders of the Rand- denominated non-redeemable non-cumulative non-participating perpetual preference shares as recorded in the books of the company at the close of business on Friday, 09 June 2017.

Company outlook
Sound levels of activity supported performance as the group continued to strengthen its client franchise businesses.

Whilst macro uncertainty persists, which could impact activity levels going forward, the group believes that its balanced business model together with its strategic initiatives place it in a favourable position to continue the growth in its core markets.
 
Investec Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Investec Ltd. final results March 2017 Thursday 18 May 2017
 
Net interest income increased to GBP679.9 million (2016: GBP573.8 million) and operating profit was higher at GBP637.4 million (2016: GBP523.0 million). Earnings attributable to shareholders rose to GBP442.5 million (2016: GBP368.5 million). In addition, headline earnings per share were recorded at GBP48.2 pence per share (2016: GBP38.5 pence per share).

Declaration of ordinary dividend number 123
Notice is hereby given that final dividend number 123, being a gross dividend of 225 cents (2016: 266 cents) per ordinary share has been recommended by the board from income reserves in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2017 payable to shareholders recorded in the shareholders' register of the company at the close of business on Friday, 28 July 2017.

Non-redeemable, non-cumulative, non-participating preference shares dividend number 25
Notice is hereby given that preference dividend number 25 has been declared from income reserves for the period 01 October 2016 to 31 March 2017 amounting to a gross preference dividend of 407.17389 cents per share payable to holders of the non-redeemable non-cumulative non-participating preference shares as recorded in the books of the company at the close of business on Friday, 09 June 2017.

Company outlook
Sound levels of activity supported performance as the group continued to strengthen its client franchise businesses.

Whilst macro uncertainty persists, which could impact activity levels going forward, the group believes that its balanced business model together with its strategic initiatives place it in a favourable position to continue the growth in its core markets.
 
YeboYethu Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
YeboYethu final results March 2017 Monday 15 May 2017
 
YeboYethu released their maiden set of final results since listing on the JSE. Income for the period came in at R19.4 million, operating profit was R15.3 million, net profit was recorded at R289.7 million, while headline earnings per share was 2 012.1 cents per share.

Declaration of final dividend number nine - payable from income reserves
A gross final dividend number nine of 112 cents per ordinary share in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2017 has been declared payable on Monday 12 June 2017 to shareholders recorded in the register at the close of business on Friday 9 June 2017.
 
African Equity Empowerment Investments Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
AEEI optimistic after solid results Friday 12 May 2017
 
According to Business Report, African Equity Empowerment Investments (AEEI) is excited about growth prospects after reporting solid financial results for the six months to February. Khalid Abdulla, the group chief executive said he was pleased with the company's performance because all sectors in the group had done well. Mr Abdulla added that AEEI had a solid balance sheet and its cash flow had improved. The business model also remains on a firm growth path, investing in other companies and market strategies as well as in its own people, which will assist in continuing to deliver long-term value to shareholders.
 
African Equity Empowerment Investments Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
AEEI interim results February 2017 Thursday 11 May 2017
 
Revenue for the interim period increased to R448.8 million (2016: R305.3 million). Gross profit rose to R160.9 million (2016: R97.7 million). Total comprehensive income attributable to equity holders of the parent grew to R144.8 million (2016: R69.0 million). In addition, headline earnings per share increased to 29.53 cents per share (2016: 14.02 cents per share).

Dividends
Dividends have been declared and approved by the board of directors on 26 October 2016. These dividends of R16.2 million were paid to shareholders on 13 February 2017.

The board of directors announces that it has approved and declared a gross interim dividend of 2.00 cents per share for the six month period ended 28 February 2017 from income reserves. The interim dividend amount, net of South African dividend tax of 20% which equates to 0.40 cents per share, is therefore a net 1.60 cents per share for those shareholders that are not exempt from dividend tax.

Company prospects
The group will continue with its strategic focus to grow the value of the core operational investments and improve the value add to our strategic investments.

The AEEI group has built a solid platform for further organic growth and has positioned itself well to increase its investments by acquisition. Management is focussed on its five-year strategic plan ("Vision 2020 Vision") and has firmed up its acquisition pipeline for both its food and Fishing and IT companies.



 
Efficient Group Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Efficient interim results February 2017 Tuesday 25 April 2017
 
Revenue for the interim period increased by 9% to R465 million (2016: R428.2 million). Operating profit remained at R24.2 million (2016: R24.2 million). Profit for the period attributable to equity holders of the parent lowered by 5% to R18.3 million (2016: R19.2 million). In addition, headline earnings per share dropped by 4.9% to 20.22 cents per share (2016: 21.26 cents per share).

Dividend
Dividends are declared at the discretion of the board of directors after taking the financial position of the company into consideration. As a guideline, 80% of free cash flow is paid as a dividend. Based on this policy the directors determined that 1.63000 cents per share dividend will be paid to shareholders. An interim dividend of 1.58824 cents per share was paid for the comparative period.
 
Purple Group Ltd.  click here for the company's news page
Purple interim results February 2017 Monday 24 April 2017
 
Revenue for the interim period took a 43% knock to R37.4 million (R65.5 million). Net loss came in at R15.1 million (income of R18.2 million). Loss attributable to owners was R48.2 million (profit of R11.2 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share was 5.52cps (earnings of 1.29cps).
 
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