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RMB helps set benchmark for inclusive growth in SA real estate

Rand Merchant Bank helps to cement strategic partnership between Atterbury Property Fund and Talis Holdings.

SA grain storage gets big boost

RMB helped establish an entirely new infrastructure asset class, creating a platform for growth and transformation in the agricultural sector.

Developing innovative funding models for renewable energy

A look at developments in the South African renewable energy sector, and the pioneering funding models underpinning its success.

RMB provides innovative solution to CIVH on acquisition of Vumatel

For its acquisition of Vumatel, Community Investment Ventures looked to RMB for a full suite of banking solutions. A look at the award-winning result.

Infrastructure in Africa: The economic growth essential

RMB’s 'Where to Invest in Africa 2019' guide hones in on infrastructure in Africa, for the benefit of Africa and its private and public funders alike.

Capitalising on the multiple opportunities the India-Africa corridor offers

The Indian government has invited President Cyril Ramaphosa to be the chief guest at the official Republic Day celebrations.

Revitalising SA’s energy sector is dependent on fair competition

As well as access to the grid for all generation sources.

RMB finances Thebe’s equity in Biotherm’s Round 4 projects

The total combined project value is R6.5bn, with a total generation capacity of 284MW.

RMB launches 2019 investment attractiveness rankings for Africa

Egypt appears to be the most attractive investment market.

Rand Merchant Bank delivers solid 2018 performance

Pre-tax profits increased 6% to R10.4 billion and ROE of 25.3% delivered.

Should your company consider Debt Capital Market funding?

This platform offers companies an alternative and competitive source of funding.

From vanilla to structured instruments

Alternative capital markets offer a range of solutions.

Accessing the international debt markets

It is an opportunity to raise hard currency funding internationally for expansion outside of South Africa.

RMB plays pivotal role in Vodacom’s R16.4 billion transaction

To unlock and secure BEE shareholding for another 10 years.



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