Financial Services Board

 
Letters to the editor: March 3 to 9 2017
Letters to the editor: March 3 to 9 2017
The Madam & Eve strip is my first great read in the Mail & Guardian, and I...
Pension fund cull sparks unease
Pension fund cull sparks unease
A battle over a project to cancel thousands of dormant pension funds at the Financial Services Board (FSB) has raised questions for some of the...
Pension fund fracas heads to court
Pension fund fracas heads to court
The lid was blown off long-simmering tensions at the Financial Services Board (FSB) this week, when deputy registrar of pensions Rosemary Hunter...
Insider trading tops JSE's list of white-collared crimes
Insider trading tops JSE's list of white-collared crimes
When it comes to trading on the stock market, the biggest cause of market manipulation is insider trading, according to the Financial Services...
Union, regulator disappointed at Fidentia boss sentence
Union, regulator disappointed at Fidentia boss sentence
"The FSB believes that the fine of R150 000 or 36 months in prison does not acknowledge the extent of the damage caused by Mr [J Arthur]...
First steps taken to ensure customers are treated fairly
First steps taken to ensure customers are treated fairly
But woe betide firms that think this is going to be a woolly, soft-touch approach to how regulators will assess their conduct.
JSE tackles primary dealers
JSE tackles primary dealers
The R1.3-trillion bond market, which the government uses to raise funds to service the country's debt, is accused of being controlled by an...
Gatekeepers accused of predatory tactics
Gatekeepers accused of predatory tactics
A remarkable battle has erupted which threatens to unseat two of the most powerful figures in the financial services industry.
Pinnacle was after more worker funds
Pinnacle was after more worker funds
Embattled luxury property developers the Pinnacle Point Group hoped for a further injection of the clothing workers' pension money, after R260-million of their retirement funds had already been sunk into the listed company....
Fears that pension fund consultant may flee
Fears that pension fund consultant may flee
Forensic investigators are concerned that a former clothing union consultant, who allegedly played a key role in the investment of R93-million of...
Godongwana and the missing union millions
Godongwana and the missing union millions
Deputy Minister of Economic Development Enoch Godongwana has deepened the controversy about his role in the disappearance of millions of rands of...
Murky Sactwu pension deal probed
Murky Sactwu pension deal probed
The Financial Services Board (FSB) is investigating the investment in 2007 of R420-million of pension funds belonging to members of the South...