October Breakfast Seminar Registration
Transformation and retirement funds: what do funds have to comply with (what does the law require) – by Carlyle Field (Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys), Lister Saungweme (Alternative Prosperity) and Mark Davids (Motswedi Emerging Manager Strategists)
Feedback from the recent FSCA conference – by Chantal Manson (Liberty Group), Arabella Bennett (ENSafrica), and Carlyle Field.
Administrative Law: we have heard a lot about how administrative law applies to the regulator’s and adjudicator’s decisions and perhaps even to certain decisions of fund boards, but practically speaking what does this mean for boards when they are making decisions, such as death benefit decisions – by Leanne van Wyk (ICTS Legal Services (Pty) Ltd)
Whistle-blowing for boards and financial institutions in the pensions space: what is required and what are the difficulties? Michael Dokakis (Hollard) and David Loxton (Africa Forensics and Cyber).
Johannesburg: Wednesday 9 October 2019: Breakfast Seminar at FutureSpace International Arbitration Centre, 4th Floor, The Central, 96 Rivonia Road, SANDTON.
Cape Town: Friday, 11 October 2019: Breakfast seminar at the Ball Room, Mount Nelson Hotel, 76 Orange Street, Cape Town.
Durban: Monday, 28 October 2019: Breakfast seminar at The Pearl Room, Oyster Box Hotel, 2 Lighthouse Road, Umhlanga Rocks Durban.
(Please note breakfast starts at 07h30)
07h30 – 08h00 Breakfast and Registration
08h00 – 09h15 Transformation and Retirement Funds (Carlyle Field, Mark Davids, Lister Saungweme)
09h15 – 09h45 Feedback from the FSCA conference (Chantal Manson, Carlyle Field and Arabella Bennett)
09h45 – 10h00 TEA
10h00 – 10h30 Administrative Law (Leanne van Wyk)
10h30 – 11.45 Whistle-blowing (Michael Dokakis and David Loxton)
No charge for Members
R300.00 for Non-Members
Please send the completed registration forms as soon as possible should you wish to attend.
SEATING IS LIMITED so please register promptly if you wish to secure a place.
We look forward to seeing you there!