Coronation Fund Managers manage the assets of institutions and companies, and provide unit trust fund management to the retail sector. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Coronation Fund Managers Limited
Short name: Coronat
Sector: Financial services – financial services
Five top facts about Coronation Fund Managers
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I recently sat down with a family friend, W, that's nearing retirement. He has 12 years to go.
W will pay off his house by the end of this year.
Both his and his wife's cars are paid off.
But W doesn't have ANY provision made for retirement.
As we sat and discussed his options I realised W had to ask himself ONE question before we could continue - and this question would turn out to a R1... ››› more
African Bank (Abil) has dropped 83.12% since January 2011, 52.85% in the past year. And even over the past six months the share is down 32.88%.
If you own these shares you're probably cursing the company. If you don't you might be wondering if there's a buying opportunity in the stock somewhere???
Is African Bank too big to fail? Does it present you with the opportunity to buy a R40 share at... ››› more
This past week, Coronation announced a great set of results. The company said its earnings had increased 55% compared to last year.
That's a phenomenal achievement for a company as large as Coronation.
And you'd expect that the share price would rally after a great results release like this.
But the opposite happened…
After releasing a great set of results, Coronation's share price f... ››› more
When it comes to investing and managing money, no fund manager has done it better than Coronation Fund Managers. Do a quick search on Google for the Coronation ‘Balanced Plus Fund' and you'll see it managed to capture almost all the growth on offer from our markets over the last ﬁve years! And this average return of 15.8% was enough to see the fund ranked ﬁrst against all its South African p... ››› more
Earlier today, Coronation Fund Managers released its preliminary full year results. The results are impressive, but the fund manager put this down to great stock market performances. Coronation warns that the markets can't sustain this. Let's take a closer look at what the results reveal…
Coronation saw a 110% increase in diluted headline earnings per share for the year to the end of September... ››› more
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