• Price (ZAX)7,155.00
  • Today's Change186.00 / 2.67%
  • Shares traded23.86m
  • 1 Year change21.27%
  • Beta0.5833
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About the company

FirstRand Limited provides banking, insurance and investment products and services to retail, commercial, corporate and public sector customers in South Africa and various African countries. The Company consists of a portfolio of financial services franchises, including First National Bank (FNB), a retail and commercial bank; Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), a corporate and investment bank; WesBank, its installment finance business, and Ashburton Investments, its investment management business. The Company's segments include FNB, FNB Africa, RMB, WesBank and FCC. FNB includes activities in the retail and commercial segments in South Africa. RMB includes activities in the corporate and investment banking segments in South Africa. WesBank includes activities in asset-based finance and related products in the retail, commercial and corporate segments of South Africa and rest of Africa, and asset-based motor finance through MotoNovo Finance in the United Kingdom.

  • Revenue in ZAR (TTM)55.49bn
  • Net income in ZAR29.53bn
  • Incorporated1966
  • Employees47.33k
  • Location
    FirstRand Ltd4 Merchant PlaceCorner Fredman Drive & Rivonia RoadSANDTON 2196South AfricaZAF
  • Phone+27 112821808
  • Fax+27 112828088
  • Websitehttps://www.firstrand.co.za
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Peer analysis

Key Information
CompanyRevenue (TTM)Net income (TTM)Market capEmployeesPrice/earnings (TTM)Price/book value (MRQ)Price/cash flow (TTM)Price/sales (TTM)EPS (excl. extraordinary items, TTM)EPS (incl. extraordinary items, TTM)Revenue per share (TTM)Book value per share (MRQ)Asset turnover (TTM)Inventory turnover (TTM)Receivables turnover (TTM)Revenues per employee (TTM)Return on avg assets (TTM)Return on avg assets (5 yr avg)Return on investment (TTM)Return on investment (5 yr avg)Gross margin (TTM)Gross margin
(5 yr avg)
Net profit margin (TTM)Net Profit margin
(5 yr avg)
Quick ratio (MRQ)Interest coverage (TTM)Total debt to capital (MRQ)Payout ratio
(5 yr avg)
(YOY change %)
(5 yr growth rate)
Net income
(YOY change %)
Net income
(5 yr growth rate)
Capital expenditure
(5 yr growth rate)
(5 yr growth rate)
FirstRand Limited55.49bn29.53bn382.59bn47.33k12.733.0111.083.705.265.2618.3123.06--------2.162.18--------30.2628.59------56.0212.7215.678.0312.42-4.2315.12
Data as of Jun 20 2019. Currency figures normalised to FirstRand Ltd's reporting currency: South African Rand ZAR

Institutional shareholders

19.12%Per cent of shares held by top holders
HolderShares% Held
Public Investment Corporation (SOC) Ltd.as of 29 Mar 2019501.49m8.94%
Allan Gray (Pty) Ltd.as of 31 Dec 2018136.01m2.43%
The Vanguard Group, Inc.as of 30 Apr 2019111.29m1.98%
T. Rowe Price International Ltd.as of 31 Mar 201976.97m1.37%
BlackRock Fund Advisorsas of 06 Jun 201960.56m1.08%
Old Mutual Life Assurance Co. (South Africa) Ltd.as of 29 Mar 201955.67m0.99%
Dimensional Fund Advisors LPas of 06 Jun 201935.87m0.64%
Fidelity Management & Research Co.as of 30 Apr 201933.99m0.61%
BlackRock Japan Co., Ltd.as of 31 Jan 201932.36m0.58%
Coronation Asset Management (Pty) Ltd.as of 31 Mar 201928.48m0.51%
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Data from 31 Dec 2018 - 31 May 2019Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc.
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