It is said it takes a village to raise a child so FSCA has partnered with others in the community to provide the very best programs and services for families in Central Alberta.
Good Bye Meal Time Struggles. We would also like a senior on our board. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month. We will do our best to place you in the area you have selected but there is no guarantee. Activity Area - Interacting directly with children through fun activities and will be responsible for maintaining order and safety at your designated station. Face Painting - Use creativity to paint children's faces. Face Painters are required to have taken a face painting course offered in Spring Festival Take Down - Includes taking down tents, tables, chairs, and cleaning up activity areas.
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Park Plaza Intergenerational Centre. Visit by appointment only Phone: In a recent media release the Financial Sector Conduct Authority FSCA warns the public against Crowd1, an entity which is not authorised to render the financial services it is providing. There is also no record of this entity having applied for a license with the FSCA.
The Prudential Authority also said it has been investigating Crowd1, part of Impact Crowd Technology group, since last month — looking specifically into whether it is a deposit-taking organisation. Click here to read the FSCA media release.
Financial Advisers should encourage their clients to always be cautious when investing in alternative financial or investment products. It is particularly disturbing that online newsletters allow advertising of such schemes, often using the names of prominent celebrities. What on earth happened to ethics? CrowdFSCAwarning. By Janine Geldenhuys on 25 June Your email signature — So much more than just your name and title.
OUTsurance outmanoeuvres opposition — pays out Business Interruption claims.The scam is communicated on WhatsApp using the cellphone number: and email address: stanlib. The FSCA has confirmed with Stanlib that they do not have any connection with these individuals, the email address and WhatsApp number referred to. If you receive a suspicious or unsolicited email, please email infosec stanlib. Alternatively, if you have any questions, need support or information about safe online transactions with Stanlib, please contact them by emailing contact stanlib.
There are instances where persons are registered to provide basic advisory services for a low risk product and then offer services of a far more complex and risky nature. The FSCA again reminds consumers who wish to conduct financial services with an institution or person to check beforehand with the FSCA on either the toll free number or on the website www.
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Jobs View Current job listings.From the outside looking in, one can deduce that there was definitely something odd about this announcement as Planting quoted the executive responsible for investigations at the FSCA, Brandon Topham. This appointment raised quite a few eyebrows last year, as to how and why a former member of Parliament, with a known allegiance to a certain political formation, would be appointed to a politically sensitive position such as at the FSCA.
The appointment subsequently gave rise to speculation that Topham was tasked by certain members of the DA to deal with some prominent members of the ANC, its allies or EFF-aligned politicians, as well as certain businesspeople.
However, the surprise statement by the FSCA, conveyed in the Daily Maverick interview, for it to pursue Steinhoff or Tongaat Hulett without being sparked by any specific event or announcement by either, has once again sparked speculation of other agendas. Let us start at the Daily Maverick. Sometime during last week, the online publication received a leaked document on the corruption at Eskom by certain companies, such as ABB and Stefanutti. Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan tried for many months to convince the public that the R4 billion that was overpaid to the above-mentioned companies was instead related to the Gupta family.
The chief operations officer of Eskom, Jan Oberholzer, has been revealed to be a shareholder of Stefanutti. It is well known in journalistic circles that the Daily Maverick mainly serves as the mouthpiece for Gordhan and a certain elitist faction in the ANC. What is also commonly known is that a significant funder of the Daily Maverick is the Oppenheimer family. The Oppenheimer family were also supporters of the CR17 campaign, as well as being one of the first to donate to the Covid solidarity fund.
Additionally, in case we have all forgotten, the Oppenheimers also received rights to a private airport, a situation that contributed immensely to the downfall of former finance minister Malusi Gigaba. It seems reasonable therefore, that it could be said that the Daily Maverick is none other than a glorified public newsletter for Gordhan and a preferred ANC faction.
The question should then be why the Daily Maverick would choose, out of the blue, to publish an interview with Topham. Momoniat has been dogged by a cloud of controversy for a while. He is allegedly seen to control the Treasury due to his close proximity to Gordhan, who in turn has proximity to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Gordhan, it has been revealed, was also the main person behind raising funds for the CR17 campaign fund. A highly placed Treasury official, with inside information, further claims Momoniat is untouchable. As reminder, it was Sekunjalo that laid the original complaint at the FSCA suspecting that controversial businesswoman Magda Wierzycka, the chief executive of Sygnia, was manipulating the share price of AYO Technologies.
Further, well-placed sources say that Momoniat has been given instructions from Gordhan to block any business of Sekunjalo at the Treasury and the South African Reserve Bank.
Recent events have shown that Sekunjalo and Independent Media have been targeted by the pro-Gordhan faction in the ANC, with the aim of shutting down the biggest newspaper publishing group in Africa. The purpose is to destabilise the business interests of Sekunjalo, which will also be to the detriment of tens of thousands of jobs.
Because of this, they will not hesitate to use their proxies in organisations such as the FSCA and the Public Investment Corporation, where long-time Gordhan loyalist and spin doctor Adrian Lackay is employed, also under dubious circumstances. This current announcement of the FSCA, therefore, could be a deflection for further nefarious raids on Sekunjalo and Independent Media.
It is nothing but a weak attempt for the FSCA to create the impression that it can act equally against all parties. Obviously alerting Steinhoff and Tongaat to the fact they may be investigated is not exactly equal now, is it? Africa News Home SA Forever. Share on Facebook.You can search by company name and location for an accredited service provider when reviewing your preferred supplier list PSL.
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The public is further warned that JP Markets is not authorised as an OTC derivative provider and therefore is not permitted, as a regular feature of its business and acting as principal to; originate, issue, sell or make a market in OTC derivatives.
The investigation in respect of JP Markets is currently on-going. There are instances where persons are registered to provide basic advisory services for a low risk product and then offer services of a far more complex and risky nature. The FSCA again reminds consumers who wish to conduct financial services with an institution or person to check beforehand with the FSCA on either the toll free number or on the website www.
The principles of the COFI Bill however are getting a first airing through their application to the conduct of banks in terms of the Conduct Standard.
Prior to the promulgation of the FSRA, the FSCA and its predecessor the FSB had limited oversight of the conduct of the banking sector as the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, applied only to advisory and intermediary services provided by banks in their capacities as financial services providers.
The National Credit Regulator supervised and will continue to supervise the conduct of banks as credit providers.
As banks continue to be regulated by all existing financial sector laws applicable to them, the Conduct Standard seeks to avoid inconsistencies and redundancies with existing requirements and rather overlays the new conduct principles in a similar way to the way that the FSRA overlaid the twin peaks architecture over existing financial sector laws. While the Conduct Standard is based on the TCF outcomes adopted nearly 10 years ago, in our view it raises some interesting new considerations for the banking industry.
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Financial institutions in general would be advised to take advantage of the planning opportunity presented by the Conduct Standard and engage with how these principles will affect their business going forward.
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