Give your product distribution channels a head start with animated video training

The new Fit and Proper requirement regulation has presented an opportunity for you to add value for your distribution channel clients and increase sales for your organisation at the same time.   Providing quality online product specific video training encourages them to sell more of your products than your competitors.   In taking initiative and helping key individuals and representatives of your distribution channels to easily comply in an onerous compliance environment, your brand is ingrained to be top of mind when they give advice to their clients.   New Determination of Fit and proper requirements - 1 May 2018   The Financial Service's Board Notice 194 of 2017 stipulates that in order to comply with the new Determination of Fit and Proper requirements, Discretionary Financial Service Providers must ensure that its key individuals and representatives have completed adequate and appropriate product specific training.   As of the 1st May 2018, Category I Financi

Improve your Business Ethics through engaging animated video learning

Is a company’s market value directly attributable to its reputation? According to a study by the World Economic Forum performed in 2012, on average, more than 25 percent of a company’s market value is directly attributable to its reputation.    In order to build long lasting trust with  stakeholders and  customers, it is important for companies to maintain a solid reputation and high ethical standards. This is possible to achieve when employees understand their personal obligations and the consequences of ethical infringements, for themselves and for the business. For this to happen, compliance to a Code of Ethics should be mandatory. All staff should be given adequate training on the principles of this ethics code and their obligations relating to the Code. On 1 November 2016, the King Committee published the King IV Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa. King IV replaces King III in its entirety. On the 22 June 2017 the Johannesburg Securities Exchange