Who Owns Whom

The long-awaited Watchlist funtionality is now live on WOWEB. Detailed instructions to create your own Watchlist can be accessed by clicking on ACCOUNT INFO at the top left hand corner of the WOWEB site and scrolling to the bottom of that screen.

All users can create a portfolio of companies and/or sectors for which they will receive an alert by email every time information is updated under TakeOver Talk (Corporate Actions), Notifiable Changes (Company Edits), Company Updates (full annual profile update) and Company Reports (Statutory reports issued by listed companies, SOEs and State agencies).

You can also keep up to date with the size and scope of the Who Owns Whom database via in the Stats tab found under LATEST. Currently profiles for 16,443 South African, African and international companies are available in the WOWEB database and information for over 280 industries across Africa.

Enjoy working your way through the database and creating your personalised Watchlist. I look forward to your feedback.

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