Holborn Assets' S. Africa office doubles on back of expat demand

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Holborn Assets has announced a doubling in size of its South Africa office in the past 12 months. The office, which opened in 2018, now has around 30 advisers located onshore - roughly 50% more than 12 months ago. Holborn says it expects to see a further need - and take-up - of its services as the government increasingly struggles to fund an ever-widening fiscal deficit. In response, investor concerns over the stability of the currency, local banks and capital markets instruments are growing. Holborn Assets has been licenced by the South Africa's Financial Sector Conduct Authority ...

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