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10th Annual SAUMA Conference
This year we celebrated our 10th annual SAUMA Conference. It was held at The Campus in Bryanston and the attendance was excellent, with well over 400 delegates present.
SAUMA Ladies Lunch 2018
Over 340 women from the insurance industry gathered at Summer Place in Hyde Park for an afternoon of lunching, networking, shopping and much laughter with an hilarious address by
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SAUMA delivers another impressive conference
The 9th annual SAUMA conference with its esteemed collection of speakers, was paradigm-shifting, economically up-swinging, regulation-clarifying, corruption-busting and future-embracing.
FAIS OMBUD ANNUAL REPORT 2016 – 2017
Please find the FAIS Ombud’s Annual Report 2016-2017 and Media Statement, for your attention.
We wish to draw your attention Page 21-22 of the report under “Trends” in respect of Short-term Insurance, outlining the FAIS Ombud’s concerns.
Banks face hefty fees from Twin Peaks
Consumers would absorb cost of levies, says DA as banks face hefty fees in Twin Peaks financial regulation bill
18 JULY 2017 – 06:31 HANNA ZIADY
The big four banks could each be forced to pay more than R60m a year in fees to regulators if a draft levies bill is adopted in its current form.
Excessive regulatory costs would be passed on to consumers and compromise financial inclusion, said David Maynier, the DA shadow minister of finance.
The DA had opposed the bill, also known as Twin Peaks, in the National Assembly over the uncertainty concerning costs, Maynier said. It had also taken issue with the fact that the National Credit Regulator did not fall under the Financial Sector Conduct Authority.