On October 26, 2023, Compli-Serve hosted an insightful webinar titled 'Navigating the ESG Landscape: Evolving Practices & Investment Management Insights'. The event featured a balanced panel of experts, including Johan [...]
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Compli-Serve is pleased to welcome Michael Van Antwerpen to the team. He joins our Cape Town office as a Compliance Officer.Michael holds a Higher Certificate in Financial Planning from Milpark [...]
Earlier this year, South Africa was linked to illicit financial activities involving a Hezbollah financing network. While this international money laundering and sanctions evasion unfolds, brought to light by the [...]
Crypto Asset Service Providers (CASPs) have in the last year or so, gone from operating completely under the radar in South Africa with no registration with the FSCA (Financial Sector [...]
The business community faces various risks, with money laundering key among them and one of the most widely recognised. In the past, regulatory authorities primarily targeted financial institutions, but today, [...]
As Compli-Serve SA turns 20 years old in May 2023, I’ve been reflecting on the journey to this milestone and the lessons learned over the years. The financial services industry [...]
While the news of South Africa joining the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Grey list is not a huge surprise, it mostly serves as an official warning (and big wake-up [...]
The work-from-home revolution has largely shifted to a hybrid model. Going into the office is the norm again for many. While compliance around Covid-19 safety regulations has relaxed, complacency at [...]
Analysing the client data that you have available, particularly in financial services, can provide a competitive edge. Clients of the future will see that their feedback is considered, and this [...]
Typing in your ID number at record speed is a newly acquired skill as organisations seem to abandon a risk-based approach in fear of retribution from the Information Regulator. There [...]