Crux Compliance Practitioners

Compliance Stewardship

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We support the letter and spirit of the law

Crux Compliance Practitioners are an independent Christian based compliance practice registered with the Financial Services Conduct Authority since March 2005. It was started by financial planners, for financial planners.

We are a value-based compliance offering and seeks to partner with Financial Service Providers who share the same vision for the Financial Services Industry. We support both the letter and the spirit of the law.

 

We have a dynamic team that strive for excellence

Meet our Team

 

Mr JB Joannides CPrac (SA)

Justin has been approved compliance officer with the financial services board since 2011, he previously held senior management positions within industry and has over 15 years’ experience in financial services which include operations, client service and distribution.

Mrs N Joannides

(Business Administration) – Natalia has a number of years’ experience in management and assist us with our training and accounts departments.

Ms. P Soma CPrac(SA)

Pervina is our compliance associate in Johannesburg South. Our partnership with Pervina provides us with greater understanding of the changing financial services landscape.

Mrs. S Venter

Suzette is our compliance associate in Mpumulanga. Suzette has over 10 years’ experience in compliance management. She is an invaluable asset to our team.

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OUR LATEST BLOGS

Wrapping up 2021

With December 2021 now upon us and everyone planning their rest and relaxation, it’s a worthy chance to catch our breath, celebrate and appreciate the year that has been. As with the past years, 2021 has been challenging for most South Africans! Yet, we seem to...

FATF Evaluation of South Africa

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FSCA Request for Information

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FSCA Annual Report

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FICA: The role of the money laundering reporting/compliance officer

[Compli-Serve] The overall responsibility for money-laundering prevention lies with senior management and controllers of an institution. The Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) is responsible for the oversight of the institution’s anti-money laundering...

FSCA CPD Activities – UPDATE

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Principles of Conduct of Financial Institutions Bill

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FSCA Compliance Reports

[Conduct of Business Return] The Authority set out in FAIS communication 16 of 2021 that they are developing a Conduct of Business Report (“CBR report”) that will apply to all regulated entities that will have to be submitted to the Authority on an annual basis. The...

Mandatory COVID 19 jabs for employees on the way

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The positives of PoPIA

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