BANKING ASSOCIATION SA AGAINST XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS

The Banking Association South Africa, on behalf of all member banks, unequivocally condemns the xenophobic attacks carried out on people from different countries on the African continent and some Asian countries.

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IMPORTANCE OF UPDATING PERSONAL DETAILS FOR FICA – 2015

The banking industry urges bank customers to update their personal details with their individual banks, which need to hold the latest and most accurate information about all their customers in compliance with the Financial Intelligence Centre Act 38 of 2001 (FICA).

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THE IMPORTANCE OF FICA – INFOGRAPHIC

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STARSAVER™ LAUNCHES FIRST FINANCIAL LITERACY SPELLING BEE

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PRAVIN GORDHAN ADDRESS AT INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

The financial services sector in many African countries was extremely concentrated and the high costs inhibited the flow of credit, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said at the inaugural summit in Africa of the Institute of International Finance, a global association of financial institutions including banks, insurance companies and asset managers.

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WOMEN’S MONTH 2013 – NEWS ARTICLE TOPICS WOMEN & SAVING

In South Africa, the month of August is dedicated to celebrate women’s strength, determination and achievements, and to remind people that the struggle for women's freedom, justice and equality continues all over the world.

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LESSONS ABOUT UNSECURED LENDING TAKEN FROM MARIKANA

As contentious as it may be to make the argument that unsecured lending contributed to the unrest in the mine village of Marikana in the North West province, there are some lessons that can be drawn from the incident by all stakeholders involved in unsecured lending.

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BRICS MEMBER COUNTRIES PUSHING FOR OWN DEVELOPMENT BANK

Encouraged by the growing shift in the balance of economic power between developed and emerging economies, BRICS member countries are pushing ahead for the establishment of their own development bank.

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SA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH MUST BE UNDERPINNED BY CITIZEN SAVINGS

South Africans simply do not save enough – rather, we tend to spend. What is worse, credit is easy to obtain, that we are often spending money we do not have.

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BANKING NEWS – FNB LAUNCHES MOBILE CROSS-BORDER PAYMENTS

FNB has enabled cross border payments to Swaziland and Lesotho via a cellphone using its Pay2Cell service.

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