‘We need assurances that fiscal discipline will remain a priority’ - Asisa

The Association for Savings and Investment South Africa has expressed "grave concern" over the impact of the unexpected removal of Nhlanhla Nene as Finance Minister.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

The timing is unbelievably unfortunate, just after we’ve had a downgrade.

Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa

We are urging the new minister to meet with Business.

Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa

We need assurances that fiscal discipline will remain a priority.

Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa

A very large percentage of the JSE is in pension funds.

Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa

A collapse of the JSE will have wide-ranging effects on many, many people.

Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa

There were buyers today. For the average investor I don’t suggest disinvesting.

Leon Campher, CEO of Asisa

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