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Transport sector is a vehicle for growth in SA’s economy

Road and rail networks are the backbone of any economy, however, they are also one of the most important assets in terms of sheer monetary value.
Modified date: 2014/10/21
Press release
 

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: 2014/10/20
Business and industry issue
 

2015 Retirement Reform has been postponed

National Treasury’s recent announcement accompanying the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, 2014 (the Bill) confirms that the 2015 Retirement Reform has been postponed.
Modified date: 2014/10/20
Regulatory update
 

Partnership creates youth employment

Proving that partnerships between the public and private sectors can combat high numbers of unemployed graduates through work-integrated learning and preparation.
Modified date: 2014/10/20
Press release
 

Listing in Africa

A KPMG overview of the considerations for listing, listing criteria, listing process, documentation requirements and continuing obligations relating to selected African exchanges.
Modified date: 2014/10/09
Survey report
 

Voluntary Disclosure Program - What you need to know!

Many taxpayers took the opportunity to “come clean” with SARS with an array of penalties and interest been waived. As per the SARS website, the last eight (8) VDP1 applications will be finalised shortly.
Modified date: 2014/10/07
Business and industry issue
 

Consumer Credit Insurance

Consumer Credit insurance is purchased by consumers to ensure payment of credit extended to themselves, in pre-defined circumstances where they are no longer able to service the debt.
Modified date: 2014/10/06
Business and industry issue
 

JSE Capital Adequacy Requirements

Capital adequacy is the amount of capital a bank or other financial institution has to hold as required by a financial regulator in this case the JSE.
Modified date: 2014/10/03
Regulatory update
 

Further pressure on bank branches in the UK

Banks with branches in the UK, or wanting to open branches in the UK, should consider carefully the UK Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA) recently issued consultation paper on supervising international banks.
Modified date: 2014/10/03
Business and industry issue
 

Affordability Assessment Regulations

The department of trade and industry has indicated their concern over the “worrying increase in levels of over-indebtedness.
Modified date: 2014/10/02
Regulatory update
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