We’re very interested to see how the American investors will receive the Minister [of Finance].— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
International investors have choices about where to invest… We cannot afford to shake their confidence…— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
Johannesburg Stock Exchange CEO Nicky Newton-King is, along with other delegates, in New York at the fifth “South Africa Tomorrow Investor Conference”.
How does one defend South Africa’s investment case?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Newton-King.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
This is a tougher year to talk about South Africa than last year.— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
When you look at the quality of the companies with us, there is a lot of positives to talk about.— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
We are missing a couple of our stalwarts.— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
Notwithstanding some clouds… the principles on which we do business remain as true as ever.— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
The ANC’s December elective conference is a very important signal…— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
They look at us as an emerging market with the potential to stand out amongst other emerging markets.— Nicky Newton-King, JSE
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This article first appeared on 702 : The JSE is in New York to defend the case for investing in South Africa