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Financial and investment sector integration in Southern Africa

Leon Pretorius

Financial and investment sector integration in Southern Africa

perpetuating imbalances or promoting economic development?

by Leon Pretorius

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Published by Centre for Southern African Studies in Bellville, South Africa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance -- Africa, Southern,
  • Investments -- Africa, Southern,
  • Africa, Southern -- Economic integration

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-28).

    StatementLeon Pretorius.
    SeriesSouthern African perspectives -- no. 79
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG187.5 .P74 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23671273M
    ISBN 101868084558
    ISBN 109781868084555
    LC Control Number2009451042

    Financial Services Leader: Southern Africa and Africa +27 11 [email protected] While 1 CEOs from 60 countries took part in the survey this feature provides a summary of findings on issues specifically affecting the financial services sector. It is based on interviews with financial services CEOs ( from insurance. The future of the investment banking landscape. What's new. Deloitte Africa Centre for Corporate Governance. The Deloitte Africa Center for Corporate Governance offers a number of resources for executives, directors, and others who are active in governance.

    change the state of financial services in South Africa. Digital solutions, low-cost operating models and supply-chain integration have moved to the top of the business agenda, with non-traditional players pursuing various aspects of these trends, enabling them to . The objective of the study is to establish how original financial integration could be attained in southern Africa in order to attract more foreign investment and develop a financially robust and stable region in the southern part of Africa; also to deal with the challenges, risks and remedies of prospective future financial Author: Shima Henock Nokaneng.

    Lusaka, Zambia 6 June (ECA) –The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Office for Southern Africa in collaboration with the African Union Southern Africa Regional Office (AU-SARO) and Africa Business Group (ABG) is organising the Southern Africa Regional Integration Stakeholder Forum under the theme: “The Private Sector and Regional Integration in Southern Africa: Accelerating. On regional industrialisation, South Africa faces mixed incentives. At one level South Africa’s interests are not served by a regional industrialisation policy that reduces South Africa’s policy space in this sector. The South African Department of Trade and Industry File Size: 1MB.


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Developing professional services sectors can clearly help accelerate the regional integration agenda and priorities in Southern Africa. At the same time, deeper integration, has the potential to address issues of skills shortages, skills mismatches that characterize the professional services sector.

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