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    Compliance, consulting and training options for accountable institutions to implement anti-money laundering procedures and meeting the requirements of the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (FICA).

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Our Compliance
& Risk Management
Services

We are the largest independent provider of compliance and regulatory risk management services to financial services businesses in South Africa.

With over 45 experienced Compliance Officers country wide, we can provide our services at your office wherever you are located, irrespective of whether you are a small business or a national organisation with numerous branches.

How Will Your Company
Benefit from Our Services?

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Experienced compliance
specialists

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FICA training &
assessment

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Access to
help desk

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Industry &
legislation updates

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Licensing and
Registration

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Workshops &
seminars

Your Regulatory Specialists

We specialise in regulatory compliance and licensing solutions for the financial services and credit industry.

What we can help you with

Formal compliance monitoring

Regular reporting

Trends and management information

Compliance consultation

Development of bespoke risk management plans

Comprehensive information notifications

Workshops and Seminars

Our Services Include

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Regulatory
Guidance

Safeguarding your organisation and improving stakeholder relations by providing professional guidance and expert advice on the navigation of the ever-changing regulatory landscape.

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Compliance
Monitoring

Continuous process of gathering information to identify risk and measuring adherence to best practice benchmarks. Thus, proactively preventing contraventions.

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Analytical
Reporting

Providing a detailed representation and description of compliance activities within your organisation – through regular updates, feedback reports and completion of statutory returns.

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Keeping You
Informed

Keeping you up to date on industry, compliance and legislative developments as well as market commentary through our weekly newsletters, events and various other communication initiatives.

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