INTERVIEW | Ninety One CEO: We miss the zebra but the unbundling was what we needed

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A 40% appreciation in its share price since listing, market capitalisation that is bigger than its former parent company, Investec, and being one of the few companies that has weathered the Covid-19 enough to pay dividends has Ninety One smiling as it looks back at its decision to unbundle from Investec.

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