Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Sign In

Broadcast Interviews

Latest Radio and Television Interviews

  • Radio Interviews
    • Document Icon
      2015-07-03.mp3
      702 - Caroline da Silva discussing Ponzi Schemes - 03 07 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-05-19 (1).zip
      Umhlobo Wenene FM - Pumelele Dawedi talking about Retirement Funds - 19 05 2015 - Xhosa
    • Document Icon
      2015-03-19 (2).zip
      RSG - Charene Nortier discussing Ponzi schemes - 19 03 2015 - Afrikaans
    • Document Icon
      2015-04-08.zip
      Power FM - Jabhile Mbele discussing FAIS Registration - 08 04 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-03-11 (1).zip
      Classic FM - Leanne Jackson participating in a panel discussion on TCF - 11 03 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-03-11 (2).mp3
      Power FM - Tholoana Makhu discussing Collective Investment Schemes – 11 03 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-03-11.mp3
      Classic FM - Report on MTN Zakhele Empowerment Scheme - 11 03 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-03 09.zip
      Interview with Tshifhiwa Ramuthaga, on Power FM talking about her Visionary CIO Award and other ICT related matters
    • Document Icon
      2015-02-17 (1).mp3
      Power FM – Leanne Jackson discussing the role of the FSB and Twin Peaks – 17 02 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-02-17 (2).mp3
      RSG FM – Gerry Anderson discussing What new FSB legislation means for the SA consumer – 17 02 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-02-05.zip
      SA FM - Leanne Jackson discussing What new FSB legislation means for the SA consumer - 05 02 2015 - English
    • Document Icon
      2015-01-27.mp3
      Power FM - Caroline Da Silva – What does 2015 hold in store for the Financial Services Industry 27 01 2015 - English
  • Television Interviews
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 7 - Sponsored by FSB.htm
      Task six was one that the apprentices did not bargain on and it can definitely be marked as the most difficult task to date. What the industry has been trying to figure out for the last three years, the apprentices had to tackle in two weeks… a bit unfair one would think. In this task, sponsored by the Financial Services Board (FSB), the apprentices were ‘employed’ by the FSB and they had to consult with the industry on the proposal that Commercial Binders to brokers, who also give advice, should be prohibited. Commercial Binders would only be permitted to be awarded to UMA’s or non-mandated intermediaries who do not give advice. The task required the apprentices to consult with various industry role players to obtain alternative views on the pros and cons of prohibiting commercial binders.
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 6 - Sponsored by Inseta.htm
      Episode six – task five: With Inseta as a sponsor, the apprentices know that their task will probably be a visit to a school to talk to learners about a career in the insurance industry. However, this year Inseta decided that they would like the apprentices to go to Ekurhuleni West College, Boksburg, which is a TVET College, to talk to students of whom some already have a qualification. The audience was tough and probably did not cooperate the way they envisaged it… The task was given to them as an individual task, so no group work on this one. It makes for some interesting viewing.
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 5 - Sponsored by Hollard.htm
      Episode five, task four, was sponsored by Hollard. This task was mainly touching on the concept of shared economy, and the apprentices had to come up with an innovative insurance solution for insuring assets being transported in ships, trucks and aeroplanes with spare capacity. So it’s normally a spot going empty, but the load will be shared with others also transporting their own goods. Who insures what, what if there’s no insurance and what is the liability around the whole shared economy concept?
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 3 - Sponsored by Discovery Insure.htm
      Task two, sponsored by Discovery Insure, was about identifying the next big disrupter in the industry. The apprentices drove to several locations to learn more about the short term claims process and the critical role each party plays in the value chain. The product could be a new innovation or an enhancement on Discovery Insure’s current product offering. Apprentices had to come up with this innovation while trying to maintain a four star rating in the Johannesburg traffic through the Discovery Insure Drive Safe program.
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 4 - Sponsored by Sasria.htm
      Sasria truly put the apprentices through the ringer by asking them to design an app which will give Sasria a bit of a heads up in terms of riots taking place. The intention of the app is to also warn the general public about the riots taking place so that they can avoid the areas in which it is taking place.
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 2 Sponsored By Marsh.htm
      For the first task the apprentices were required to deal with a difficult client who had not complied with requirements set in his policy document. The client was notified that his insurance would be cancelled unless he implement those requirements as a matter of urgency but the challenge was that the client did not have the funds to do it immediately. What follows is a difficult conversation many brokers have to deal with on a regular basis…
    • Document Icon
      Insurance Apprentice 2017 Episode 1 Sponsored by Aon.htm
      In Episode One of The Insurance Apprentice you will meet eight bright, young industry professionals who will make sure that you will not miss one episode of this series. You will be hooked after this episode!
    • Document Icon
      Jonathan Dixon on the change of duties of the FSB as per the Twin Peak model_html.htm
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 5 Part 1.htm
      In the previous programmes in this series we looked at various aspects of the new Twin Peaks legislation that will govern the Financial Sector in South Africa. In this final episode, we wrap up the series with the key points you need to know as a consumer or as a provider.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 5 Part 2.htm
      In the previous programmes in this series we looked at various aspects of the new Twin Peaks legislation that will govern the Financial Sector in South Africa. In this final episode, we wrap up the series with the key points you need to know as a consumer or as a provider.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 4 Part 1.htm
      n the move to Twin Peaks, banks will be a prime focus as their regulation is divided between market conduct and financial stability. Leigh Roberts discusses this with Jonathan Dixon, and Caroline Da Silva from the Financial Services Board, as well as Marguerite Jacobs from The Banking Association South Africa.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 4 Part 2.htm
      In the move to Twin Peaks, banks will be a prime focus as their regulation is divided between market conduct and financial stability. Leigh Roberts discusses this with Jonathan Dixon, and Caroline Da Silva from the Financial Services Board, as well as Marguerite Jacobs from The Banking Association South Africa.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 3 Part 1.htm
      In the migration to a new financial regulatory regime under Twin Peaks, consumers are set to score. Leigh Roberts and her guests Caroline Da Silva, Deputy Executive Officer of FAIS at the Financial Services Board, Rosemary Lightbody, Senior Policy Advisor at the Association of Savings and Investment SA, and Anton Swanepoel, chair of the Investment Advisory Committee of the Financial Intermediaries Association take a look at treating customers fairly.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 3 Part 2.htm
      In the migration to a new financial regulatory regime under Twin Peaks, consumers are set to score. Leigh Roberts and her guests Caroline Da Silva, Deputy Executive Officer of FAIS at the Financial Services Board, Rosemary Lightbody, Senior Policy Advisor at the Association of Savings and Investment SA, and Anton Swanepoel, chair of the Investment Advisory Committee of the Financial Intermediaries Association take a look at treating customers fairly.
    • Document Icon
      Mandate of the new Financial Sector Conduct Authority.htm
      Mandate of the new Financial Sector Conduct Authority
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 2 Part 1.htm
      Twin peaks has been hailed as the one of the most significant changes ever in the financial services arena, and the new Financial Sector Conduct Authority has a crucial role to play. Leigh Roberts chats to Jonathan Dixon, the Deputy Executive Officer: Insurance, at the Financial Services Board, and Felicity Mabaso, the FSB’s Head of Department: FAIS Supervision to discuss its mandate.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense Of Twin Peaks - Episode 2 Part 2.htm
      Twin peaks has been hailed as the one of the most significant changes ever in the financial services arena, and the new Financial Sector Conduct Authority has a crucial role to play. Leigh Roberts chats to Jonathan Dixon, the Deputy Executive Officer: Insurance, at the Financial Services Board, and Felicity Mabaso, the FSB’s Head of Department: FAIS Supervision to discuss its mandate.
    • Document Icon
      2015-06-22.htm
      ENCA - Matome Thulare discussing debarments - 22 June 2015
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense of Twin Peaks - Episode 1 Part 1.htm
      Twin Peaks is a comprehensive shift in how the financial sector is regulated. It is designed to keep the financial sector resilient and to protect consumers. In the First episode of Making sense of Twin Peaks Leigh Roberts and her guests Dube Tshidi, Executive Officer of the FSB and Katherine Gibson, Chief Director of Market Conduct at National Treasury take a look at what Twin Peaks is, and why it came about.
    • Document Icon
      Making Sense of Twin Peaks - Episode 1 Part 2.htm
      Twin Peaks is a comprehensive shift in how the financial sector is regulated. It is designed to keep the financial sector resilient and to protect consumers. In the First episode of Making sense of Twin Peaks Leigh Roberts and her guests Dube Tshidi, Executive Officer of the FSB and Katherine Gibson, Chief Director of Market Conduct at National Treasury take a look at what Twin Peaks is, and why it came about.
    • Document Icon
      2015-03-21.htm
      ENCA -Unscrupulous Insurance Brokers in the Eastern and Northern Cape 21 April 2015
    • Document Icon
      2015-02-17.htm
      ENCA - Charene Nortier talking about the Rise in Pyramid Schemes 17 April 2015
Copyright © 1996 - 2017 FSB