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Satrix lists global infrastructure ETF on the JSE

The Satrix Global Infrastructure Feeder ETF (STXIRF) began trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) today, offering investors an investment vehicle that gives them exposure to a diversified portfolio of the largest and most liquid infrastructure companies in developed and emerging markets.
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JSE/Investec share plan deal closes

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) today welcomes new employees in the JSE Investor Service (JIS) business, who join the group following the acquisition by JIS of a portion of its share plan services business from Investec Share Plan Services Proprietary Limited (ISPS) in June this year.
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#JSESheInvests investment conference prepares women to start their investment journey with Exchange Traded Funds as the first step

The sure way to prepare for a future of unknowns and uncertainties, is to manage your finances in such a way that you have the financial flexibility to react and adapt to changing conditions. This was the view of several speakers at the #JSESheInvests virtual conference organised by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) that provided almost 500 participants with empowering information on how to build financial resilience through investing.
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Standard Bank lists two social bonds on the JSE to boost affordable home ownership

Standard Bank, Africa’s largest bank by assets, today listed two social bonds on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) that will finance borrowers looking to buy affordable housing, with a focus on female borrowers. This will target households with a gross maximum monthly income of R26 100. The issuance has raised a total of R2 billion for mortgage lending.
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New healthcare focussed ETF lists on the JSE

The Sygnia Itrix Solactive Healthcare 150 Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) commenced trading today on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), providing South African investors with exposure to the healthcare industry across developed markets.
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