Many young white people are encouraged by their parents to just “move on” with the business of the future, writes Adriaan Basson.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has given the Financial Sector Conduct Authority 90 days to appoint curators competitively and transparently and to develop a sound policy to do so.
Despite the many investment scams that the South African public is falling for, in many cases the Financial Services Board (FSB) finds its hands tied when it comes to protecting the public.
A top official of the Financial Services Board unpacks the latest trends regarding Ponzi schemes, with many unsuspecting people still being conned into investing in these scams.
Malema accuses Dube Tshidi of corruption, extortion, fraud,bullying, intimidation and mismanagement of the regulator.
The JSE is aware of the recent volatility in the share prices of certain companies and has noted various media reports in this regard, it tells Fin24.
The Financial Services Board is warning the public to take care when dealing with four companies providing financial services without being authorised to do so.
The FSB has said it has started a formal investigation into trades in Oakbay Resources and Energy, a company controlled by the Guptas, and may seek assistance from international supervisory bodies.
Financial service employees will get the shorter end of the stick when it comes to debarring rules of the FAIS Act.
The Financial Services Board is warning the public against illegal funeral policies amid a probe of thirteen entities. Have a look at the full list.
The Financial Services Board is at the ready to provide support to claim billions of rands in outstanding benefits owing to former mineworkers.
The Twin Peaks model will be good news for consumers, writes legal expert Dr Andy Schmulow.
This week the Twin Peaks model for financial regulation came into force, here's what it means for financial customers.
Liberty Group, the financial services group responsible for most of a controversial mass cancellation of “orphan” pension and provident funds, is asking for 90 of them to be reinstated.
National Treasury has spoken out against Viceroy Research, labelling its report on Capitec as reckless.
Regulators are scrutinising trades prompted by speculation that Viceroy Research will release a negative report about a JSE-listed company.
At least six organisations are investigating global retail giant Steinhoff International following the abrupt resignation of its CEO and the dramatic share price plunge.
The Financial Services Board’s department of market abuse has found no insider trading activity ahead of the recall of former finance minister Pravin Gordhan from an international roadshow.
Major exam fraud was uncovered at the Financial Planning Institute of South Africa which will lead to the prosecution of some of its staff members.
An investigation into trading activity following the recall from London of former finance minister Pravin Gordhan is at an “early stage”, says the Financial Services Board.
The Financial Services Board has fined New National Assurance R100 000 for failing to accept a claim from a policyholder, within a reasonable period.
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