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National Credit Amendment Act (NCAA)

The National Credit Amendment Act (“the Amendment Act”) was enacted on 19 May 2014 but effective date has not yet been tabled.
Modified date: 2014/08/19
Regulatory update
 

National Credit Act (NCA)

The National Credit Act (“NCA”) entered into effect on 1 June 2007. The NCA serves to codify a comprehensive set of basic rights and protections for consumers (as defined) in credit arrangements.
Modified date: 2014/08/19
Regulatory update
 

Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) in South Africa

South Africa signed an Intergovernmental Agreement for FATCA compliance with the U.S on 9 June 2014 (“SA IGA”), making South Africa an IGA Jurisdiction.
Modified date: 2014/08/19
Regulatory update
 

KPMG opens new office in Stellenbosch

KPMG is proud to announce the opening of our new Stellenbosch office at 20 Krige Street (off Dorp Street).
Modified date: 2014/08/19
Press release
 

Exchange Control

Although South Africa has had exchange control since 1939, the current governing legislation is set out in the Exchange Control Regulations “Regulations” promulgated in 1961 in terms of the Currency and Exchanges Act, 1933 “the Act”.
Modified date: 2014/08/19
Regulatory update
 

SAM - analysis of the recent FSB update letter

In April 2014 the Financial Services Board (“FSB”) released its Solvency Assessment and Management (“SAM”) update letter.
Modified date: 2014/08/19
Business and industry issue
 

Leverage Ratio

The Leverage Ratio (“LCR”) was introduced with the implementation of Basel III and subsequently the South African Reserve Bank (“SARB”) implemented the Basel III regulations from December 2012.
Modified date: 2014/08/18
Regulatory update
 

Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR)

The South African Reserve Bank (“SARB”) implemented Liquidity Coverage Ratio (“LCR”) which were introduced with the implementation of Basel III from December 2012.
Modified date: 2014/08/15
Regulatory update
 

Twin-peaks regulation: key changes and challenges

Following a formal review of the South Africa financial regulatory system in 2012, it was proposed that South Africa move towards a “Twin Peaks” model of financial regulation
Modified date: 2014/08/15
Survey report
 

BCBS 239 - Managing the data challenge in banking

The global publication, Managing the data challenge in banking, looks at the Basel 239 Principles and the underlying challenges of risk data aggregation.
Modified date: 2014/08/14
Survey report
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