Todays Trustee

Prescribed assets’ or leaving Gordhan in the lurch? What’s worse?

Prescribed assets’ or leaving Gordhan in the lurch? What’s worse?

There are two non-negotiables: that rotten state-owned entities, unable to repay loans, are saved from bankruptcy; and that Gordhan emerges as invulnerable to attack by having...

Financial literacy at work for the poor

Financial literacy at work for the poor

There are two contrasting perceptions of SA, rarely to mix. They’re as distinct as oil from water.

When personal liability kicks in...

When personal liability kicks in...

Should judgment go against the former trustees, each of them would be exposed to pay over R4m from their own pockets.

Same old, same old?

Same old, same old?

New authority must fundamentally change perceptions of the FSB bureaucracy as applied particularly to retirement funds.

Unintended consequences of anti-corruption steamroller

Unintended consequences of anti-corruption steamroller

So pervasive has corruption supposedly become in the retirement-fund industry that Registrar Dube Tshidi has considered it necessary to issue a directive that will prevent it.

More than farmland to worry about

More than farmland to worry about

Having opened the door to constitutional amendment, unexplored perils lurk. What must be a pleasure for the EFF spells pain for everybody else.

Code's special emphasis for BEE points

Code's special emphasis for BEE points

It goes without saying that the broad mass of South Africans should be supported to understand the benefits to them of saving for the long term....