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FSCA's supervisory approach post 2 April 2019, regarding ...

17 May 2019 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) sent out a general communication to accountable institutions supervised by it on 6 April 2018, reminding the institutions of the supervisory approach regarding implementation of the amendments to the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (the ...

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Five new FAIS Notices published

17 May 2019 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

FSCA FAIS Notice 34 of 2019 Provisional Withdrawal of Authorisation, No 2 of 2019 FSCA FAIS Notice 33 of 2019 Lifting of Suspension, No 3 of 2019 FSCA FAIS Notice 32 of 2019 Withdrawal of Authorisation, No 2 of 2019 ...

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Job design and job analysis: who does what, ...

16 May 2019 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

By Lee Rossini Understanding what work needs to be done as well as the skills and qualifications required is an essential aspect of managing a business. At its essence, the business takes inputs and through several different work processes, turns ...

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FST case summary involving Homewood and Pension Fund ...

16 May 2019 Financial Service Intelligence Watch

By Shamaa Sheik The following matter was heard in the Financial Services Tribunal in Pretoria on 5 April 2019: Marius Homewood (applicant) v Pension Funds Adjudicator (first respondent) and the Eskom Pension and Provident Fund (second respondent) – (case number: ...

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Job design and job analysis: who does what, where and with what?

By Lee Rossini

Understanding what work needs to be done as well as the skills and qualifications required is an essential aspect of managing a business. At its essence, the business takes inputs and through several different work processes, turns these into services which fulfill the needs of and are ...

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Working Smart

By Lee Rossini

Understanding what work needs to be done as well as the skills and qualifications required is an essential aspect of managing a business. At its essence, the business takes inputs and through several different work processes, turns these into services which fulfill the needs of and are paid for by clients. To accomplish this result successfully, the workflow should be broken down into its constituent parts and carefully coordinated to ensure a consistent, high-quality service performed by the right people.   

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