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27 March 2017
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Our NCA workshop will introduce and familiarise you with the specific provisions of the legislative framework regulating the credit arena. You will learn the purpose and objectives of the Act, consumer’s rights, how not to give credit recklessly as well as the different fees that you may charge under the Act. You will also learn about the requirements for collections, the much debated debt counselling process and how it affects your business.
POPI was signed into law by President Zuma on 19 November and published in the Government Gazette, number GG 37067, on 26 November 2013.
Although the commencement date has not yet been proclaimed, once it is businesses are expected to have one year to comply.
Any business which processes personal information, even if this is limited to their Human Resources department, will be impacted by the Bill. In particular those in the financial services field will be significantly affected and need to closely examine their processes and procedures in data processing and storage. In this workshop we will explain your obligations in terms of the Bill and practically show you how to prepare and ensure compliance.
Due to consumers being unfairly treated, a greater emphasis has been put on consumer rights and thus the CPA came into effect.
The law is intended among other things to regulate the way business relate with consumers, how they market their products and services, the rights that consumers have. It is therefore important for every business to familiarise itself with the provisions of the law and make necessary adjustments to ensure compliance. Failure to comply with the provisions of the Act can result in financial penalties for businesses as well as imprisonment.
The aim of this 1 day workshop is to educate business owners/directors and their employees on what the Consumer Protection Act means for their business as well as how to comply to the Consumer Protection Act.
Our FICA awareness workshop will enable you to understand the provisions of the act and the internal rules applicable for compliance. You will learn the aim and purpose of the Act, regulatory bodies and other role-players involved within the Act and money laundering control services. The workshop also includes other relevant information pertaining to the requirements for customer identification, keeping records, reporting and access to information.
Our FICA compliance workshop is a guide to the legislation around the prevention of organised crime and protection against terrorism. The workshop will enable you to understand key money laundering and terror financing offences along with the money laundering and terror financing control institutions in South Africa. The workshop also includes other relevant information pertaining to the requirements of record keeping and compliance management obligations and all relevant legislation is included along with the Guidance Notes issued by the Financial Intelligence Centre.
The financial industry is required to be compliant with the FAIS Act. Compuscan Academy’s course will familiarise you with the specific provisions of the legislative framework regulating the finance environment. You will learn about the purpose of the act, the roles and responsibilities of the key individual and the representative in terms of the FAIS Act, managing the rendering of services under supervision and how to comply to the regulatory environment in which the financial service provider functions.
The financial industry is required to be compliant with the FAIS Act. Compuscan Academy’s course will familiarise you with the specific provisions of the legislative framework regulating the finance environment. You will learn about the roles and responsibilities of the representative, the importance of complying with FICA and other relevant anti-money laundering legislation as it applies to financial service providers.