Ecsponent’s Financial Results Interview

Ecsponent Limited recently published its year-end financial results and despite a difficult economic climate the group showed significant growth. Ecsponent has a presence in four African countries, including South Africa, and has recently announced a new asset management licence in Botswana. All this puts the company in a favourable position. The asset management licence will…

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SME funding a key focus for Ecsponent

Start-up businesses are often considered unbankable. Here is how small business owners can benefit from Ecsponent’s SME offering.   With its sights set firmly on niche enterprise development markets, Ecsponent provides funding and expertise for entrepreneurs, while rewarding entrepreneurship, stimulating enterprise development and creating economic exclusivity.   Basically, Ecsponent funds the unfunded by providing working…

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Ecsponent se oordragsekretaris verander

Om dienslewering en kommunikasie met ons aandeelhouers te verbeter, het Ecsponent Computershare Investor Services (“Computershare”) aangestel as oordragsekretaris vanaf 1 Februarie 2016.   As oordragsekretaris bied Computershare ‘n reeks dienste aan Ecsponent, wat onder meer die wetlike rekordhouding van Ecsponent se aandele insluit, sowel as dividendbetalings aan aandeelhouers namens die maatskappy.   Computershare het ‘n…

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Ecsponent’s transfer secretaries changed – what shareholders need to know

To continue ensuring that Ecsponent’s share register is kept in strict accordance with current legislative and regulatory requirements and to improve communications with our shareholders, Ecsponent has appointed Computershare Investor Services Proprietary Limited (“Computershare”) as transfer secretary from 1 February 2016.   To continue to improve service delivery, Computershare provides a suite of services to Ecsponent…

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How to Spot Dodgy Investment Schemes

When it comes to investing, the unfortunate reality is that scams exist and even the most cautious investors are fooled. Opportunistic criminals prey on potential investors’ ignorance or gullibility, generally luring them in by promising them unusually high investment returns.   No one wants to invest their hard-earned money into a scheme, only to find…

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