Brown, Simon
April 2013
Finweek;4/11/2013, p20
The author discusses the investment approaches and performances of various investment companies including Capitec Bank Holdings, Cipla Medpro, and Bidvest. He mentions that the financial results of Capitec showed strong set of records, except for its cost-to-income ratio of 38% that is remarkably low. He says that Cipla Medpro showed increased revenue with decreased earnings. He adds that the proposed deal of Brian Joffe of Bidvest to acquire 60% of Adcock Ingram is masterful.


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