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Sasfin Holdings has increased its headline earnings per share 16.5% despite a weak external operating environment.
Sasfin has posted a 15% increase in headline earnings per share, but the group could have boosted growth further, CEO Roland Sassoon tells Fin24.
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Sasfin Holdings has recorded a jump in headline earnings per share to 486 cents for the six month period ended December 2013 31 from 421c in the same period last year.
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