South Africa: Updated regs open doors to new investments

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Industry officials largely welcome the update to regulations over investment practices but the move to comply comes with some challenges, as Christine Senior reports

Long-awaited changes to rules around retirement savings worth R1.1trn ($160bn) are set to take effect this month in South Africa. Regulation 28 will be updated to take account of the evolution in the investment...

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