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What is CompliNEWS?

CompliNEWS is an online newsletter and news and research portal which brings subscribers the latest legislative and regulatory news and commentary applicable to the Financial Services Sector.

Breaking regulatory and compliance news can be accessed all week via the subscriber’s customisable dashboard. On Friday’s subscribers receive a current awareness newsletter that encapsulates the news and views they most need to know.

The CompliNEWS online portal provides the busy reader with the key points at a glance or allows those who would like to drill a bit deeper access to carefully curated commentary and a pre-selected library of continually updated Juta statutes, as well as newsletter archive of all CompliNEWS editions from 2015 to date.

Additional value includes CPD points for subscribers and a monthly Ethics newsletter.

 What you will find in the CompliNEWS weekly electronic newsletter?

  •  Latest legislative changes and developments with expert commentary
  • Relevant case law and commentary from a well-respected legal specialist
  • Enforcement news, including relevant rulings and commentary
  • News from the Regulators
  • Local and international financial services news
  • Special focus feature
  • Working smart feature

 What you will find in the CompliNEWS portal?

  •  All newsletters from 2015 to date
  • Updates posted daily
  • Juta CompliNEWS library of pre-selected and always up-to-date statutes and regulations
  • Relevant Juta cases as discussed in weekly newsletter
  • Library of open-source material including FAIS Ombud index

CompliNews: top benefits

  • Can be used for current awareness PLUS research
  • Up-to-date information on compliance and regulatory matters
  • Access to the expert commentary and quality legal primary sources for in-depth research
  • Time-saving accessible and customisable news
  • Monthly ethics newsletter
  • CPD points for subscribers

 Suitable for

  • Compliance professionals in the Financial Services Sector
  • Management and key individuals at Financial Service Providers
  • Banking professionals and management
  • Financial advisors and planners
  • Legal advisors in the Financial Services Sector
Working Smart

 By Lee Rossini

Andile heads up the administration department of a financial services provider (an FSP). He receives the application forms from the financial advisers after they have recommended a particular product to a client. He picks up that there is a big delay between the financial advisers seeing the client and the forms reaching his department. As a result, he is receiving a lot of complaints about delays. After a brief discussion with a senior manager, they decide that the financial advisers should attend a time-management training programme the following week in the hope that it will solve the problem. Andile outsources the training to a company that specialises in courses of this nature. The financial advisers attend the course and the evaluations indicate that they enjoyed it and anticipate that the newly acquired skills will assist them to perform their jobs better. Andile anticipates an improvement in their performance, but unfortunately this never happens.

What went wrong and why didn’t Andile get the results he was expecting?

CPD

Subscribers are reminded that they can now complete their monthly CPD quizzes and claim CPD hours. For more on accessing the CPD quizzes, please click on the CPD FAQs button on the top bar of the screen.