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MMI was formed from the merger of Momentum and Metropolitan in 2010. It has a market cap of R35.6 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 21.79 and a dividend yield of 6.93 per cent whilst Liberty Holdings is controlled by Standard Bank, and sells life and health-related insurance, investment management and retirement products. It has a market cap of R29.78 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 13.2 and a dividend yield of 6.64 per cent. Guest Lance Williams from iCapital and resident expert Bryon Lotter from Vestact decide whether MMI and Liberty Holdings are hot or not.

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Discovery is a financial services company that began in 1992 as a medical aid administrator, but is now also an insurer and asset manager, operating in Africa, the UK, USA and China. It has a market cap of R86 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 21.95 and a dividend yield of 1.34 per cent. Guest Lance Williams from iCapital and resident expert Bryon Lotter from Vestact decide whether Discovery is hot or not.

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Old Mutual was founded in 1845 in Cape Town, and is a global long-term savings, insurance and investment Group. It is in the process of a major reorganisation under new CEO Bruce Hemphill. It has a market cap of R166 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 20.52 and a dividend yield of 3.04 per cent. Guest Lance Williams from iCapital and resident expert Bryon Lotter from Vestact decide whether Old Mutual is hot or not.

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Sanlam was established as a life insurance group in 1918 in Cape Town and has expanded its services to include short-term insurance, estate planning, loans, capital markets, and all forms of asset management. It has a market cap of R151 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 14.64 and a dividend yield of 3.84 per cent. Guest Lance Williams from iCapital and resident expert Bryon Lotter from Vestact decide whether Sanlam is hot or not

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Express Scripts is a pharmacy benefit management organization. It has a market cap of $40.0 billion and price to earnings ratio of 12.3, but pays no dividend. Guest Lance Williams from I Capital and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Express Scripts is hot or not.

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