How has our CEO guest gone from small start-up to a JSE listed company, with R52billion assets under management in just 5 years? Listen to this #FutureCEOs’ #MeetTheCEO show in which Gareth Armstrong talks to Peter Armitage, CEO of Anchor Capital on his success.
FinTech Investment Specialist at RMI Holdings, Dominique Collet, engages with Hlubi Mboya Arnold on what it means to be a FinTech investor and an innovation architect. These two #PowerWomen deconstruct growth mindsets, evergreen capital providers and long term partnerships in deliberating solutions that make Africa better.
Is your business in trouble? Are you worried about where it is going to be in six months? Then perhaps you need a “Business Rescue” plan. Gareth Armstrong is joined in studio by Byron Chevalier, Business Rescue Practitioner at Mazars Recovery and Restructuring to talk through qualification for Business Rescue, how to prepare for it,
“More than ever, an environment where SMEs can thrive needs to be created, as this is the most effective vehicle to stimulate economic growth and job creation”. So says our in-studio expert, Ben Bierman – MD of Business Partners Limited. Join the #FutureCEOs team as we chat to Ben and discuss the SME Index for
Are you constantly worried about debt and not being able to make payments at the end of the month? The #FutureCEOs team talk with Chris Van Rensburg, CEO of Kudough, about money management, avoiding debt, and steps to getting out of debt once you’re in it.
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Unpicking 10 phrases commonly used in investment but less commonly understood. Jargon and acronyms are par for the course in the world of business. But don’t despair if you sometimes feel linguistically lost. Morningstar is here to help you understand various commonly used, but difficult to decipher, bits of business jargon.