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Cape Town - Futuregrowth Asset Management may start lending again to the SA National Roads Agency after a ban which lasted almost a year.

This followed a governance review, in which Sanral agreed to make a notable change in policy relating to Politically Exposed Persons (PEP).

"We are now removing our self-imposed embargo on trading Sanral debt instruments," Futuregrowth stated in a lengthy review published on it's website on Wednesday. "This does not necessarily indicate the resumption of funding to Sanral but rather that Futuregrowth may now sell, hold or buy Sanral debt instruments."

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