PRETORIA, South Africa’s National Treasury has published draft regulations under the Financial Sector Regulation Act (FSRA) for public comment.
In terms of section 304 of the FSRA, the Minister of Finance may make regulations to provide for the appropriate implementation of the FSRA, including the establishment of the Prudential Authority (PA) and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) and other entities that must be established. Such regulations are intended to facilitate the smooth implementation of the FSRA, said the Treasury here Monday.
The draft regulations clarify the performance of functions in terms of the FSRA during the transitional period prior to the establishment of the PA, the FSCA and the Financial Services Tribunal.
The draft regulations also provide for the advertising of positions, the establishment of panels to consider, short-list, interview, and recommend candidates for appointment.
Section 61(4) of the FSRA requires the Finance Minister to make regulations which provide a process for the appointment of the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioners of the FSCA.
The draft regulations can be found on www.treasury.gov.za and written comments on the draft Regulations should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 31, 2018.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK