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Johannesburg – Since taking the helm at Alexander Forbes last September, CEO Andrew Darfoor will be looking to deliver on the group’s value proposition, while building a successful business in an uncertain political and economic climate.

Under Darfoor the financial services group hopes to reach its goal in becoming a thriving, African business. A number of steps have been taken to achieve this since the group’s financial interim results announcement, where these intentions were highlighted.

The group delivered a profit of R416m for the six months ended 30 September 2016. However, Darfoor expressed his frustration with the group’s underperforming share price. 

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