Icon

Directory

IconAccounting & Tax
IconActuaries
IconAdministrators
IconAppraisers & Valuers
IconArbitration Services
IconASIB
IconAssessors & Loss Adjusters
IconAssist and Lifestyle Benefits
IconAssociations & Institutes
IconAuditors
IconBBBEE Consulting and Verification Agencies
IconBroker Acquisition Financing
IconBrokers for Brokers
IconBusiness Process Management
IconCall Centre Outsourcing
IconCompany Secretarial Services
IconCompliance
IconConsumer Protection
IconCorporate Governance
IconCredit Bureaus
IconDebit Order Collection Facilities
IconDefensive Driver Training
IconEducation and Training
IconEmergency Medical Rescue
IconFAIS
IconFire, Storm, Flood Damage Specialists
IconHuman Resources
IconIndustrial Cleaners
IconInformation Technology and Software Partners
IconInsurance Companies
IconLegal
IconLightning Damage & Surge Protection Specialists
IconNiche Insurance Products
IconOmbud
IconOutsourcing Companies
IconPremium Financing
IconPublic Loss Adjustors
IconPublications
IconRating Agencies
IconReference Books & Material
IconRegulatory Authorities
IconRisk Finance
IconRisk Management
IconRisk Surveyors
IconSalvage Operators
IconSpecialized Claims Investigations & Assessing
IconSurveys and Research
IconTraining Courses & Workshops
IconUnderwriting Managers
IconVehicle Accident Management
IconVehicle and Household Risk Inspection Services
IconVehicle Tracking
IconWellness Programs
IconWholesale Brokers
IconZZZZZZ
Image
  Subscribe To »

Certain exemptions from writing FAIS level 1 RE before 30 June

Published

2012

Wed

13

Jun

The FSB published Board Notice 102 of 2012 last week providing an extension to certain licence category FSPs. Our compliance division provided the following synopsis:

This board notice provides for an exemption for certain categories of persons from having to complete the 1st level regulatory exams by 30 June 2012. These persons will have to complete a bespoke RE exam when such exams are made available.

In short this has an impact on:
 

  • Underwriting managers
  • Private Equity managers
  • Representatives who are limited to advising on certain types of Long Term B1 and B2 products and certain short term personal lines products.

We are expecting an explanatory circular from the FSB. We have already received a number of enquiries concerning the Long Term B1 and B2 products, as well “…certain short term personal lines products”. Unfortunately, we are unable to make this distinction before we had time to study the promised explanatory note – you will have to approach the product provider for clarity on this.

Please note the requirement that any person wishing to make use of the exemption has to apply to the FSB before 30 June. The application forms are available on the FSB website.

A possible rationale for this decision is contained in a media release by the FSB in response to an article in FANews which questioned the RE statistics released in May.

The concern expressed by FA News regarding the pass rates of those candidates that must complete the REs by the June deadline is shared by the FSB. The overall picture provided by the statistics does not take into account measures that are in place to address specific sectors of the industry and their examination obligations that are currently (under) review.

Our assumption is that the nature of the products have played a role in this decision, but will rather wait for the explanatory document before we comment.

 
Source: Paul Kruger: Moonstone Information Refinery (Pty) Ltd
 
« Back to previous page Print this page » |
 

Breaking News »

Public liability insurance and the measures that could mitigate potential liability

By Senior Associate, Rene Julius and Associate, Tarryn Paterson, Hogan Lovells Every company should have some form of public liability insurance as the costs and consequences of defending legal proceedings can ...
Read More »

  

LeapFrog and Lombard to invest in Thailand’s SMK Insurance

LeapFrog Investments, Lombard Investments, and Syn Mun Kong Insurance Public Company Limited (“SMK”) [SMK:Bangkok] announced today that LeapFrog and Lombard will each acquire approximately 11% of SMK, ...
Read More »

  

SAIA advises the public to safeguard themselves against crime

      Ms Viviene Pearson SAIA Acting Chief Executive       The South African Insurance Association (SAIA) has called on the public and especially holiday ...
Read More »

  

Demand guarantees need compliant demands

By Christine Rodrigues, Director Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa There are only two grounds on which a bank that issues an on-demand guarantee can refuse to pay the amounts guaranteed, namely fraud or if ...
Read More »

 

More News »

Image

Healthcare »

Image

Investment »

Image

Life »

Image

Retirement »

Image

Quick Survey »

  Sponsored by
Image
Can there be fair discrimination in the workplace?



|Results »
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image

From The Glossary »

Icon

Bottom-up investing:

A process in investing that looks to good stock selection to add value to performance rather than a reliance on broader economic or market trends.
More Definitions »

 
 
By using this website you agree to the Terms of Use.
Copyright © Stoker Risk & ICT (Pty) Ltd 2004 - 2014.
All Rights Reserved.
Icon

Advertise

  Icon

eZine

  Icon

Contact IG

Icon

Media Pack

  Icon

RSS Feeds