KPMG's 2014 Global Pulse Survey has yielded insightful analyses of current and ongoing trends in the use, deployment and delivery of business and IT services in the African and South African market.
The KPMG Global Pulse Survey provide insights into trends and projections in end-user organisations’ use of global business services (GBS), or Sourcing.
A shadow bank is defined as a non-bank entity that provides lending services similar to a traditional bank but does so outside the traditional regulatory environment in which a commercial bank must operate.
Certain sections of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) came into effect on 11 April 2014. The relevant sections deal with the establishment of the information regulator, amongst others.
South African banks are comfortably ahead of global banks in terms of the Basel committee’s new leverage requirements governing banks’ debt to equity ratios. The rules mean banks have to increase their equity levels further.
2014 will see continued regulatory change, and with it will come additional strain on insurers. As the 2014 Evolving Insurance Regulation report suggests, the next two years will be critical in the development of global insurance regulation.
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The 2014 Evolving Insurance Regulation report examines current and future regulatory changes impacting the insurers both from a global and regional perspective.