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Two years after Ninety One's demerger from Investec, the two businesses say their strategic decision has paid off.
Two years after Ninety One's demerger from Investec, the two businesses say their strategic decision has paid off.
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It has been two years since Investec and its asset management business completed their demerger, giving birth to a new brand and the listing of Ninety One.

With Ninety One's current market cap of almost R42 billion and Investec at around R97 billion, the two companies have doubled the combined value of the "old" Investec since Ninety One listed separately.

Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit thinks investors are happy.

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