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Absa Group Limited is a South Africa-based financial services provider offering an integrated set of products and services across personal and business banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking, wealth and investment management and insurance. The Company's segments include Retail and Business Banking (RBB), which includes Retail Banking South Africa, Business Banking South Africa and RBB Rest of Africa; Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), which includes CIB South Africa and CIB Rest of Africa, and Wealth, Investment Management and Insurance (WIMI). The Retail Banking South Africa offers a suite of retail banking products and services to individuals and provides asset finance to commercial customers. The Business Banking South Africa operates a coverage model based on specific customer value propositions aligned to customer and client needs and range from direct interactions via multi-channel interfaces, such as electronic banking.

  • Revenue in ZAR (TTM)89.50bn
  • Net income in ZAR17.76bn
  • Incorporated1986
  • Employees35.27k
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