Breakfast Seminar – Changes in the Credit Regulatory Framework – 7 July, Cape Town


Does the Consumer Protection Act, Protection of Personal Information Act, Companies Act and King III make you nervous?

 

Compuscan Academy invites you to attend an enlightening BREAKFAST SEMINAR, themed:

 

“A Birds Eye View of CHANGES in the Credit Regulatory Framework”

Do not miss this valuable opportunity! We will discuss the interaction between the various acts and legislation, and what it means to you and your company.

 

Consumer Protection Act:

  • Application of the CPA and the impact on the NCA

  • Consumer rights

  • Supplier obligations

  • Liability issues and enforcement

  • Direct marketing in terms of CPA

POPIA:

  • Protection of information principals

  • Information collector’s duties

  • Direct marketing in terms of POPIA

Companies Act and King III:

  • Director’s duties and liabilities

  • Ring fence companies

About the Speaker: Annelene Dippenaar is an admitted attorney, practicing since 2006. She has advised various clients, including registered banks, credit providers and other listed companies on the National Credit Act 34 of 2005. Since 2010 she has been employed by Compuscan, a registered credit bureau, as legal advisor and compliance officer. Annelene obtained a BA. (Law), LLB and LLM at the University of Stellenbosch and is currently writing her doctors thesis.

 

Date: 7 July 2011

Cost: R 380.00 Incl. Vat (R 333.33 Excl. Vat) – Includes a Full English Breakfast

Time: 7.30 for 8am -12pm

Venue: Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West, Cape Town

 

Would you like to attend this event or have any questions? Please contact us for more information on 021 888 6000 or email us on info@compuscanacademy.co.za

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