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Money Laundering Compliance for Africa?

Africa has earned an unfair reputation of being a haven for money laundering and terror financing activity. There’s good reason for this. Africa has...

Financial Services Industry adopts Twin Peaks Regulation

The Financial Sector Regulation Bill was passed by Parliament and sent to the President for assent on 22 June 2017.  The Bill provides the...

Latest global trends in fraud and corruption

Badibanga Promesse | Regional Vice President – Africa | CIMA | Badibanga.Promesse@cimaglobal.com| http://www.cimaglobal.com/| Is your business a step ahead of the perpetrators? Fraud and corrupt practices...


The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (the Association) has voiced its strong opposition to a plan by South Africa’s Independent Regulatory Board for...


The Department of Trade and Industry recently published, for public comment, a notice containing draft thresholds for major BBBEE transactions. "The draft thresholds are problematic in...

FICA amended – Needs implementation

With South Africa already on precarious ground as a result of its alleged ‘state capture’, not least also the effects of South Africa being...

SAICA and CIMA expands cooperation to advance accountancy

On Thursday 25 May, the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (the Association) and the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) announced an agreement that further advances the accounting profession in South Africa by broadening access to their professional qualifications and resources.

Private equity in Africa – unpacking the trends

2018 was a watershed year in many respects for private equity in Africa. In the wake of the Abraaj collapse and other market fluctuations, we will in 2019 likely see significant shifts in the industry, with key changes to all stakeholders’ strategies expected to emerge.

New SA transfer pricing rules – can we expect additional collections?

Transfer Pricing compliance requirements in South Africa have been significantly tightened and a modern transfer pricing system, including electronic transfer pricing return submission, has been put in place.

IFRS 16 – will new lease accounting standards affect your company?

The new lease accounting standard, IFRS 16, will bring all leasing assets on-balance sheet, which may significantly affect companies’ key performance indicators, loan covenants and regulatory capital requirements.
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