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 [...]
Nedbank expects South Africa's economy to register an expansion of 1% next year. Business Day TV spoke to Avinash Kalkapersad from Nedbank CIB about the factor's driving that forecast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXV3qFiEIlE In partnership with Business Day TV. You have shown interest in this video, you might find Markets and Research relevant as well.
London, 20 November 2019: Africa Finance Corporation (“AFC,” the “Corporation” or the “Borrower”), Shinhan Bank London Branch and South Africa’s Nedbank Limited, London Branch (both the “Bookrunner and Mandated Lead Arrangers” or the “BMLAs”) are pleased to announce the successful closing of AFC’s inaugural US$140,000,000 Kimchi Term Loan Facility (“Facility”). The Facility is AFC’s first [...]
By Duncan Abel, Principal: Energy Finance at Nedbank CIB Given the ongoing challenges facing energy supply in South Africa, it's easy to take a pessimistic view on the development of the sector in this country. However, as is so often the case, when we become consumed with focusing on the problems, we run the risk [...]
By Gerhard Zeelie; Head of Property Finance Africa: Nedbank CIB It's no secret that Africa can be a challenging place to do business. Property investment is certainly not exempt from these often unique challenges, however, given the significant, and growing, number of opportunities available in many African countries, the rewards to be gained from such [...]
Executive Summary The ongoing trade war between the US and China continues to be flagged as a key downside risk to global growth, with the IMF revising its global growth forecast to a post-recession low of 3.2% for 2019. The World Bank is more bearish, with a global growth estimate of 2.6% [...]