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Coronation Fund Managers was founded in Cape Town, South Africa in 1993. The company is an investment-led, owner-managed business, with staff ownership of 25%. The company is also an active investment manager with a long-term valuation-driven investm... [more info]

Putting the last 10 years in perspective

How have investors in balanced funds fared?

The best and worst performing unit trusts of 2019

There's a difference of more than 90% between them.

Has your money been better off with a big manager, or a small one?

It depends …

Investors may receive a fraction of their original HS investments

An unnamed ‘third party’ will make an offer to settle investors' claims against Orthotouch and Zephan with Accelerate shares.

Coronation results reflect weak economic conditions

Anton Pillay – CEO, Coronation Fund Managers

Why it’s so difficult to pick a good unit trust

And even more difficult to stick with it.

It’s clear Christo Wiese must go

His position as a chairman who is not independent is no longer tenable.

Sasol rejects shareholder resolution brought by six big investors

They wanted the company to provide more disclosure on its emissions strategy.

Could one of the best global investment opportunities be on the JSE?

Assessing the value in local mid-cap shares.

FirstRand also overhauls remuneration after criticism

Has always ‘ensured that management has never done better than shareholders’ – chair.

Sasol investors suggest co-CEO Cornell should go

Cornell has been more involved in the Lake Charles project, where costs are soaring, and is paid more than his co-CEO.

Sasol met with fund managers as Lake Charles costs climbed

Problems at Sasol's project in the US have hampered its ability to expand internationally.

Omnia prices rights offer at R20 a share

That's a hefty discount to the current R33 and will see investors analysing the company's prospects carefully.

Omnia prices R2bn rights issue

Omnia to use the proceeds to reduce its debt.

Eskom gets bailout funding. Now it needs a rescue plan

Structural changes needed to turn the utility around, says analyst.

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