Analysts look on as Simcorp enters new market

Covid-19 has caused uncertainty at Simcorp, which has dropped its expectations for the year. Analysts will be looking at client activity and the company's entry to the South African market in the next budget report.

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When Simcorp releases its quarterly report on Tuesday, all eyes will be on client activity, says André Thormann, analyst at ABG Sundal Collier.

Like many other companies, Simcorp was forced to suspend its 2020 expectations as a result of the market uncertainty caused by the corona pandemic.

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