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NOTICE OF THE IING’s 52nd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR THE 2018-2019 TERM.

KENNISGEWING VAN DIE IING SE 52ste ALGEMENE JAARVERGADERING VIR DIE 2018–2019 TERMYN.

WHEN: -

We hereby give notice of the forthcoming Insurance Institute of Northern Gauteng’s AGM, to be held on Thursday 8th March 2018 at 08h00 for 08h30 until 10h00 at the Santam Offices, Menlyn Corporate Park, Ground Floor Training Room, Garsfontein Road, Pretoria.

 All role players in the insurance industry are invited to this important event and are welcome to attend.

WHY:-

To give members who make Insurance their profession the opportunity to directly participate and take ownership of the Insurance Institute, especially with the imminent implementation of CPD (continuous professional development) in mind.

This will also create a definite platform for all role players and sponsors to effectively become involved in networking in the insurance industry via the IING’s Educational, Social and Sporting activities.

This is an opportunity to elect a Council of your choice for the 2018-2019 term!

 Kindly diarise 8th March 2018 as an IMPORTANT date.

ANNEXURES:- These can be downloaded from our website

Please RSVP before 1st March 2018 – Secretary

NOTICE OF THE IING’s 51st ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR THE 2017-2018 TERM.

KENNISGEWING VAN DIE IING SE 51ste ALGEMENE JAARVERGADERING VIR DIE 2017-2018 TERMYN.

WHEN:

We hereby give notice of the forthcoming Insurance Institute of Northern Gauteng’s AGM, to be held on Thursday 23 March 2016 at 09:00 at King Price Offices, Block A, Second floor, Training room, cnr Garstfontein @ Corobay, Menlyn Corporate Park, Pretoria.

 All role players in the insurance industry are invited to this important event and are welcome to attend.

 WHY:

To give members who make Insurance their profession the opportunity to directly participate and take ownership of the Insurance Institute, especially with the imminent implementation of CPD (continuous professional development) in mind.

This will also create a definite platform for all role players and sponsors to effectively become involved in networking in the insurance industry via the IING’s Educational, Social and Sporting activities.

 This is an opportunity to elect a Council of your choice for the 2017-2018 term!

 Kindly diarise 23rd March 2017 as an IMPORTANT date.

ANNEXURES: These can be downloaded from our website  

AGENDA

NOMINATION FORM FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS, due by the 15th March 2017

EXTENSION FOR EXISTING COUNCIL MEMBERS, due by the 15th March 2017

PROXY FORM

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS – It will be open for inspection two days before the AGM. Request from Secretary.

MINUTES OF THE 50TH AGM  - Avaulable on request from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Please RSVP before 15 March 2017 – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 
 
     
       

 

 

The correct identification details of FSPs, key individuals and representatives are critical especially the correct ID numbers and/or passport numbers.

The FSB has distributed several communications and requests to FSPs to update their records, and more specifically the ID numbers of all their key individuals and representatives, to ensure that the FSB records are up to date and correct. FSPs are also requested to check the records regularly to ensure that they remain up to date.

All examination records are linked to the ID number of the person writing the examination, and since the roll-out of the examinations, problems were experienced in relation to ID numbers specifically. Below are a few examples of the most common problems encountered:

a. A person would have a particular ID number recorded on the FSB system (this number may be “old” or outdated) and then the person would write the examination with his/her new ID number. When the examination record is uploaded to the FSB then the two different ID numbers for the same person do not link up;

b. A person is a South African citizen and has an ID number recorded on the FSB system. When the person writes the examination, he/she writes the examination using his/her passport number. When the examination record is uploaded to the FSB, the two different numbers do not link up and two separate records are created;

c. A persons’ ID number has become outdated and the person is required to obtain a new ID book from the Department of Home Affairs. The ID number on the FSB system is the “old” ID number, because at the time that this ID was recorded on the FSB system, the number was in fact valid, and became outdated after it was captured on the system.


Now that the person uses this same ID to write the examination, and the examination is uploaded to the FSB, the system validates the ID number, and it rejects the number because it has become outdated. Therefore, the examination body cannot upload the exam result until the person has supplied them with an updated ID number, and the FSB has updated its records with the new ID number as well.

The updating of these records is the responsibility of the FSP, and if these records are not accurate, then the accuracy of the communication issued by the Registrar may also be affected. It is therefore of utmost importance for all FSPs to check and confirm that all their records are accurate.

Regulatory action has nevertheless commenced by means of letters of intention to suspend being issued to sole proprietors that, according to the FSB records, are in breach of the level 1 regulatory examination requirements. This process will continue in January 2013.

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