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    • Analysing risk tolerance during the investor lifecycle 

      Van den Bergh, A. (North-West University (South Africa). Vanderbijlpark Campus, 2019)
      Analysing risk tolerance during the investor lifecycle is important to provide financial planners, financial institutions and individual investors with a framework to facilitate the recognition and implementation of suitable ...
    • Determinants of bank-switching behaviour within a South African context 

      Munyai, L.S. (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      The easing of regulations in the global banking industry has allowed entry to new financial institutions. This has led to an increase in competition since banks provide nearly identical products or services. Thus, granting ...
    • An investment framework based on risk tolerance: a case of Vaal Triangle students 

      Evangelou, Antonios (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      This study aimed at constructing an investment framework for students based on their risk tolerance level. The study reviewed current market investment products that could be suitable for students and this created the ...
    • Modeling return volatility on the JSE sectors 

      Makoko, Katleho (North-West University (South Africa). Vanderbijlpark Campus, 2019)
      Modelling and forecasting volatility are essential functions in different fields of finance, particularly in the quantitative risk management departments of banks and insurance companies. Volatility within the stock market ...