It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, says Ninety One CEO after record performance

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Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit.
Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit.
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When Ninety One listed, it was not exactly the best time to debut on the stock exchange as a standalone company. Days before the company listed on the JSE, the stock market went into turmoil, but Ninety One decided to go ahead, anyway.

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