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Straight and narrow

Straight and narrow

Holding delinquent directors to account as determined by the Companies Act is a vital tool in ensuring business leaders toe the line Read more
Climate control

Climate control

While it is understandable for them to be distracted by the global pandemic, institutional investors – pension funds included – must realise that ESG factors are more important than ever before Read more
Easy does it

Easy does it

Business-friendly as well as beautiful, Mauritius has earned kudos across the world for its efficient and facilitative financial and taxation systems Read more
Fund fair

Fund fair

The VC industry is still relatively young in SA and largely limited to the tech sector but, with an improved policy and regulatory environment, it can only help benefit small businesses Read more
Generation next

Generation next

The tech-savvy youth, who think very differently about investing, are motivating a shakeup in the products the financial sector has to offer Read more
Next in line

Next in line

Apparently the US is on the edge of a $30 trillion transfer of wealth from baby boomers to Generation X and millennials, which creates all sorts of issues – from Read more Read more
Shot in the arm

Shot in the arm

The biggest benefit of investing in Section 12J venture capital companies is not the tax break but helping to create a vibrant SME sector in SA Read more
Top duties

Top duties

Accountability for a company’s actions begins – and ends – with its directors Read more