Facilitated Workshop: Fit and Proper for Key Individuals

Glenn Burjins
Specialist Consultant


BOOKING GUIDE

As a Key Individual you have certain requirements and responsibilities placed on you by the FAIS Act.  How has the recent Fit and Proper amendments influenced Key Individuals?
Moonstone offers Fit and Proper for Key Individual Workshops that will provide you with insights to ensure that you are fighting fit!

The workshops are aimed at Key Individuals who are responsible for the managing and overseeing of the activities of licenced Financial Services Providers. The workshop will addresses the fit-and-proper requirements for Key Individuals as well as their responsibilities towards their FSP in terms of Board Notice 194 of 2017.

Focus Areas
This workshop covers the fit-and-proper requirements for Key Individuals and their responsibilities especially with reference to BN194/2017.

Who Should attend
Key Individuals and Compliance Officers

CPD info
7 CPD hours per session
The workshops are accredited by the Compliance Institute of Southern Africa and thus qualify as a CPD activity towards the accumulation of CPD hours as required by the FSCA.

Agenda

09H00 Coffee/Tea & Registration
10H00 Session 1: Introduction and Fit and Proper Requirements for Key Individuals
11H30 Tea Break
11H45 Session 2: Responsibilities of Key Individuals in terms of BN 194/2017
13H15 Lunch
14H00 Session 3: Responsibilities of Key Individuals in terms of BN 194/2017 (continued)
15H00 Conclusion

 

Brought to you by Moonstone and hosted by:

Glenn Burjins

Glenn Burjins has been involved in the Financial Service Industry since 1987, when he joined Old Mutual. In the 20 years that he spent there, he worked in various positions which included being a pension’s contracts drafter, a financial planner as well as testing financial planning in the call centre environment. He later joined Celestis and Masthead, Compliance and practice management companies where he served as a compliance officer serving the independent financial advisors. His qualifications are in law and hold post graduate diplomas in financial planning and compliance management. He is currently registered as an independent compliance officer.