Transactional Services

Technology is key to the treasury of tomorrow

By | 2019-10-20T19:36:57+02:00 September 27th, 2019|Finance, Investment Banking, Transactional Services|

By Sheetal Shah; Head of Transactional Banking Sales: Nedbank CIB SOURCE: Reprinted from Treasury Management International (TMI)’s The Southern African Treasurer: Futureproofing Treasury, 2019. This article may not be reproduced without permission.’ In recent years, the role of the corporate treasury has been steadily evolving and transforming. Over the past decade, since the global financial [...]

Nedbank-arranged R2.6bn funding package set to enhance Brimstone’s ability to fund further transactions

By | 2018-08-14T11:55:59+02:00 August 14th, 2018|Transactional Services|

The recent finalisation of a R2,6bn funding package for BEE investment company, Brimstone Investment Corporation will allow the organisation to implement the next phase of its growth plan by means of significant further investments into targeted market sectors. Nedbank Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) acted as sole mandated lead arranger for the funding package for [...]

PPPs are vital for SA’s infrastructure development – but a change in approach is needed

By | 2019-09-27T09:11:58+02:00 November 27th, 2017|Client Coverage, Public Sector, Transactional Services|

By Dr Terence G Sibiya; Managing Executive, Client Coverage at Nedbank CIB Despite South Africa’s challenging economic situation, the pipeline of large capital infrastructure development projects planned for the country remains extensive. However, as the demand for such development keeps on outstripping its supply, a significant infrastructure backlog is developing, made more challenging by difficult [...]

Speak to your banker before signing that import/export contract

By | 2018-03-07T11:28:40+02:00 October 10th, 2017|Investment Banking, Transactional Services|

By: Michael Thomas, General Manager: Global Trade at Nedbank CIB  Cross-border trade offers enormous opportunities for development and growth in South Africa. In 2015, South African exports totalled almost US$ 70-trillion. Total imports for the same year came close to $80-trillion. This means approximately $150-trillion crossed our borders in one direction or another, either in [...]