10 September 2020
Absa Group 2020 Interim Financial Results Media Statement
Absa Group Ltd. today reported an 82% decline in normalised interim earnings after impairments increased four-fold to R14.7 billion. Impairment charges rose as customers and clients struggled to repay debt and as the Group took decisive action to increase impairment provisions against future potential credit losses
Absa collaborates with Epic ERP and AJS to offer digital solutions that help clients run a secure and efficient business.
11 August 2020
Absa group cybersecurity team shortlisted for three awards
Absa Group’s cybersecurity team has been shortlisted in three categories in the 2020 Cyber Security Awards.
3 August 2020
PMI for July signals improvement in manufacturing sector
Absa’s PMI for July declined to 51.2 index points from 53.9 points in June, but continued to signal a month-on-month improvement in the manufacturing sector.
CDC Group, the UK’s development finance institution and impact investor, has today announced an additional US$75 million commitment to its existing trade finance facility with Absa Bank. The investment will provide systemic liquidity across CDC’s African markets and enable local banks to sustain the availability of trade finance, supporting supply chains during the COVID-19 crisis.
Following discussions with the Central Bank of Kenya, we have worked through their concerns and are pleased to inform our customers and stakeholders that, effective Thursday, 16 April 2020, Absa Bank Kenya PLC (Absa Kenya) resumed its foreign exchange operations as an authorized dealer.
WorkInProgress (WIP), an Absa innovation lab, will be hosting a webinar series featuring real-life successes and lockdown challenges of South African small and medium enterprises.