Companies in South Africa are constantly being directed to comply with the increasing variety of regulations and legislation in the fields in which they operate.Read More
According to the Generally Accepted Compliance Practice Framework – Principles, Standards and Guidelines from the Compliance Institute Southern AfricaRead More
Your business, whether large or small; and regardless of the industry it operates in, is charged with operating ethically and in a compliant manner, a task placed upon compliance officers.
Businesses today increasingly recognise the challenge of having risk management, governance policies and compliance procedures in place. However, a few years ago, not many could have foreseen that one of these requirements would be digital risk management
The Compliance Institute Southern Africa has been shaping compliance for over 21 years, and we have seen constant changes affect the compliance environment. From the ever-changing legislative landscape,
According to Camargue Specialised Liability Management, just two years ago, 974 million company records were lost or stolen in South Africa alone – which is 31 records every second!
As a compliance officer, your role is to ensure that your company doesn’t contravene any governing statutes or regulations. This means you need to be well-informed of regulatory changes and be proficient in implementing them.