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Moonstone Compliance (Pty) Ltd

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Tel: +27 21 883 8000
Fax: +27 21 883 8005
25 Quantum Street
P O Box 12662
Die Boord
Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, North-West, Northern Cape, Northern Province, Western Cape.

Since the company’s inception in 2002, Moonstone Compliance has set a high standard for the delivery of compliance and licensing services to the financial services industry. More than a decade of experience has seen the company position itself as an industry leader, well-known for delivering professional compliance and licensing solutions to its clients.

The company’s respected standing may be attributed to its unique composition of qualified compliance officers and support staff with diverse legal and financial advisory backgrounds. This knowledge asset, coupled with the company’s innovative approach to integrating the latest compliance practices into its services, will continue to see compliant and satisfied clients.    

What do we offer?

Compliance Services:

  • We specialise in providing FAIS & FICA compliance solutions to Category I, II, IIA, III and IV Financial Services Providers and other businesses in the financial services industry. This includes assistance with the compilation and implementation of a FAIS/FICA Compliance Risk Management Plan, supporting documentation and procedures.
  • With our national footprint, we are able to visit branches and representatives in remote areas and report on an individual, business unit or national level.

Licensing Services:

  • Licence applications for Category I, Category II, Cat IIA and Category IV.
  • Profile changes and updates on the FSB registry, including changes to personnel, business and contact details, and financial products.

Please visit our website for more information.

Company Press Releases »

Icon POPI Awareness Training
23 Aug 17 | Read More »
Moonstone Business School of Excellence (MBSE), in collaboration with Compliance Online, now offer a nine-module online training course for businesses that will be required to comply with the requirements of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI). Content Module ...
Icon Can The Appeal Board overrule FSB decision?
23 Aug 17 | Read More »
The recent Willbrink Outsources CC decision by the FSB Appeal Board assessed a rather novel approach to overturn a FSB decision. The appeal was in respect of the Registrar’s decision to withdraw the appellant’s licence as he did not successfully complete his ...
Icon POPI challenges for the financial services industry
23 Aug 17 | Read More »
By Elizabeth de Stadler, Compliance Online The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) applies to all industries, but some industries will be more affected than others, with financial services being one of them. Why? Firstly, FSPs collect very sensitive information ...
Icon Moonstone 2017 Regulatory Update Workshops
20 Aug 17 | Read More »
Our popular workshops will be held in seven centres across the country, between the 05th and 27th September 2017. The following topics will be covered by industry experts: A brief update on the RDR The proposed changes to the Long- and Short-term Insurance Regulations ...
Icon Fairness in Justice
18 Aug 17 | Read More »
In a recent decision concerning a Sharemax investment, the FSB Appeal Board said that section 20(3) of the FAIS Act requires the FAIS Ombud to consider complaints in a procedurally fair, informal, economical and expeditious manner, and by what is equitable in all circumstances ...
Icon Why complying with the Protection of Personal Information should be a priority
16 Aug 17 | Read More »
By Elizabeth de Stadler, Compliance Online By now you have probably been targeted by a newsletter or blog from a law firm telling you to become POPI compliant. We have a slightly different approach, because we do not think that POPI should be the reason to take a close ...
Icon Final Credit Life Insurance Regulations Now Effective
11 Aug 17 | Read More »
By Gerrit Viviers, Moonstone Compliance On 27 July 2017, we published an article in which we reminded all providers of credit life insurance, that the final credit life insurance regulations published under Government Gazette Notice No 103, in the Government Gazette ...
Icon Pick the right Ombud
11 Aug 17 | Read More »
This case reminds me of a Dennis the Menace cartoon where he walks up to his dad and says: “Pick a card – any card. ” Dad picks a card and Dennis says: “No, not that card. ” It is amazing how two Ombuds can have such divergent views on the ...
Icon Alleged fraudster complains to Ombudsman
11 Aug 17 | Read More »
The audacity of criminals appear to increase in leaps and bounds, as witnessed by a case study published in the Short-term Ombud’s latest annual report. The complainant approached the office of the Ombudsman for assistance following the rejection of a claim submitted ...
Icon Binder Remuneration Update
07 Aug 17 | Read More »
We reported last week on the publication of proposed amendments to the Regulations made under the Long-term Insurance Act, 1998 (“LTIA”) and the Short-term Insurance Act, 1998 (“STIA”) for public comment. This included reforms to the Retail Distribution ...
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