3 edition of Financial regulation in South Africa found in the catalog.
Financial regulation in South Africa
1994 by Penrose Press in Johannesburg, South Africa .
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, H.B. Falkena.|
|Contributions||Falkena, H. B., 1945-|
|LC Classifications||KTL940 .F56 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||95102026|
assessment focused on banking supervision and regulation in South Africa and did not cover the specificities of regulation and supervision of other financial intermediaries, which are covered by other assessments conducted in this FSAP. 9. The South African authorities agreed to be assessed according to the Revised Core. The period of the s saw the liberalisation of the financial sector with a view to promote competition. This policy move resulted in the entrance of many new players in the banking industry. There has, however, been a decline in private equity investment (PEI) activity in South Africa compared to the peak and seed capital by venture capitalists has been affected the most. This has been attributed to a number of factors mainly related to financial and tax regulation. The global financial crisis of –08 triggered a plethora of regulatory reforms under the auspices of international bodies such as the G20 and Financial Stability Board. Yet the implementation of these reforms remains a task for individual countries.
Explanatory Summary of Financial Sector Regulation Bill, By Paul Kruger on 27 August A publication in the Government Gazette, on 21 August , contains a summary of this important piece of legislation which will soon be tabled in the National Assembly.
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About us. History. Background; Previous Governors; Legislation; Mandate; Functions. Philosophy; Banker and Advisor to Government; Management of the South African money and banking system. Financial education in South Africa: overview of key initiatives and actors / International Labour Office, Social Finance Programme.
- Geneva: ILO, ISBN: (web pdf) International Labour Office Social Finance Programme. educational development / financial management / educational policy / South Africa File Size: KB. This book, which is the first comprehensive analysis of financial integration and regulation in Africa, fills a huge gap in the literature on financial regulation and would constitute an invaluable source of information to policy makers, investors, Financial regulation in South Africa book and students of financial regulation from an emerging and frontier markets : Taylor And Francis.
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South Africa has adopted the so-called “twin-peak” regulatory model that was established in terms of the Financial Sector Regulations Act 9 of (“FSRA”). In terms of the FSRA, there are two regulating bodies, namely: the Prudential Authority; and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (“FSCA”), both of which have a common.
Chapter 3: Financial Regulation in the South African Banking Industry Chapter 4: Relations hip Banking in South Africa Chapter 5: The Development and Internationa lisation of South African Banking Chapter 6: Integrated Reporting for Financial regulation in South Africa book Chapter 7: Financial Reporting for Banks Chapter 8: Measuring the Performance of a BankBook Edition: First.
The shift will move financial sector regulation in South Africa from a relatively fragmented sectoral approach, to a functional approach. This new regulatory structure is in line with a number of other jurisdictions; and will address recommendations of the International Monetary Fund for enhancing South Africa’s financial sector regulation.
ity to central banks and policy organizations on financial stability issues. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and of the British Academy. vi The Fundamental Principles of Financial Regulation 07/05/ Page vi.
Thereafter, chapters six Financial regulation in South Africa book eight of the book discuss the regulation and enforcement of market abuse laws (Financial Markets Act 19 of ) and other related statutes in South Africa and the UK.
The book proposes some measures that could be utilised to enhance the enforcement of anti-market laws in South Africa, USA and the : Howard Chitimira. (3) The person to whom an allegation of financial misconduct has been reported in terms of sub-regulation (1) must ensure that the report is treated in a confidential manner.
(4) This regulation must not be read as preventing a person from laying a criminal charge with the South African Police Service against any councillor. Book - The South African Reserve Bank has published a book on the theory and practice, goals, trends, and instruments of financial regulation.
It is titled "Financial Regulation in South Africa " and is co-authored by Hans Falkena, Roy Bamber, David Llewellyn and Tim Store. The Financial Reporting Standards Council (FRSC) was formed in late and is the legally constituted standard-setter for South Africa. Previously, the Accounting Practices Board, a private sector body consisting of a number of accounting and industry bodies, was empowered to issue accounting standards for use by South African companies.
Box A safer financial sector to serve South Africa better To promote sustained economic growth and development, South Africa needs a stable financial services sector that is accessible to all. This policy document sets out government‟s proposals, emphasising financial stability, consumer protection and financial Size: 1MB.
South Africa: Financial System Stability Assessment, Including Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes on the following topic: Securities Regulation This Financial System Stability Assessment on South Africa was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank as background documentation for the periodicFile Size: KB.
Book Description. Financial Regulation presents an important restatement of the purposes and objectives of financial regulation. The authors provide details and data on the scale, nature and costs of regulatory problems around the world, and look at what sort of countries and.
Pages in category "Financial regulatory authorities of South Africa" The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). This paper discusses the theory of financial regulation and practices in countries and South Africa in particular.
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^ "National Futures Association/About Us". Retrieved 5 April ^ "List of United State Banking Authorities". Retrieved 21 June TWIN PEAKS IN SOUTH AFRICA: RESPONSE AND EXPLANATORY DOCUMENT 4 1 Introduction The first draft of the Financial Sector Regulation (FSR) Bill was published in December Close to pages of comments were received on the draft Bill, and File Size: 1MB.
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Thereafter, chapters six to eight of the book discuss the regulation and enforcement of market abuse laws (Financial Markets Act 19 of ) and other related statutes in South Africa and the UK. The book proposes some measures that could be utilised to enhance the enforcement of anti-market laws in South Africa, USA and the UK.
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Publisher LexisNexis South Africa. REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA FINANCIAL SECTOR REGULATION BILL (As introduced in the National Assembly (proposed section 75); explanatory summary of Bill published in Government Gazette No.
of 21 August ) (The English text is the offıcial text of the Bill) (MINISTER OF FINANCE) [B 34—] ISBN File Size: KB. The prudential regulation and supervision of banks assist and complement the Bank in its pursuit of financial system stability.
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Articles examine relevant court cases, transactional, regulatory and technological developments, and legal requirements which affect capital markets and securities, banks and other. The policy document, "A Safer Financial Sector to Serve South Africa Better", first proposed the shift to a Twin Peaks model of regulation.
Twin Peaks is a comprehensive and complete system. Norton Rose Fulbright (South Africa), Bowmans (Kenya and South Africa) and Jones Day (USA). We would like to thank the speakers and participants at the roundtable on FinTech regulation in Kenya and South Africa on 19 September We are particularly.
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She is a Chartered Director (SA) and Fellow of the South African Institute of Financial Markets (SAIFM).Financial market regulation The G20 countries have committed to subjecting the global financial system to far-reaching reforms.
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