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Fraud Mitigation & Management in Covid Era

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2020

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30

Sep

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2020

Wed

30

Sep

Come and join our webinar where we will be discussing Fraud Mitigation & Management in Covid Era on Wednesday 30th September, 11-12pm UK time. We will start off the discussion with a live interview with SSG, hosted by our CEO Kali Bagary. Next we will go to a panel and then will finish the discussion with DataWalk on how technology is assisting with tackling fraud. Please join us by using the registration link below:

 

https://progressive-events.com/fraud-mitigation-management-in-covid-era/

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Worldwide Funds:

These invest in South African and foreign markets. At least 15 percent of the assets should be held in South African markets at all times and at least 15 percent must be offshore at all times. These have similar mandates to those in the Domestic Asset Allocation category, except they are able to invest locally and offshore.
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