POPIA - The Clock is Ticking!
POPIA - The Clock is Ticking!
Panel Discussion (2 CPD Hours).
Hayley Levey (VDT Attorneys)
PR de Wet (VDT Attorneys)
Ronald King (PSG Wealth Financial Planning)
Annemi Slabbert (Old Mutual)
|Event Date||11-05-2021 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||11-05-2021 12:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||19-04-2021 7:00 am|
|Cut off date||10-05-2021 11:55 pm|
|Cancel Before Date||10-05-2021 5:00 pm|
Venue Information - GoToWebinar
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|10:00 - 12:00||
Where are we in terms of POPIA enforcement?
associate at VDT Attorneys Incorporated
Presenter: Hayley Levey
Currently an associate at VDT Attorneys Incorporated, Hayley practises in VDT’s commercial and tax division where she focuses on the legal fields of data protection, compliance management and corporate and commercial secretariat work. Her experience and knowledge extends further to the legal fields of company law, research, procurement, legalisation services and IP; with the majority of her time being spent presenting on topics of POPIA and data protection governance and planning, developing and implementing data protection and legal compliance agreements and solutions for clients by helping them cut through and address the so-called traditional ‘boring’ compliance red tape.
Bachelor of Arts in Law (BA.Law) (UP) (2013)
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (UP) (2015)
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa (2017)
Certificate in Corporate Law (with distinction) (UNISA – Centre for Business Law) (2019)
2021 IING President
IING Host - from Bryte Insurance Company.
PR de Wet
Director, Head Commercial Law and Tax Division
PR specialises in corporate and commercial transactional work, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate structures and restructuring, the establishment of companies, and all ancillary documents such as shareholder agreements, MOIs, sale and subscription of share agreements, and joint ventures and co-op agreements. His areas of expertise include corporate and commercial law, company law, mergers and acquisitions, business law and corporate structures, technology and intellectual property, data protection laws and BEE structures and procurement.
Bachelor of Commerce in Economics & Law (B.Com) (NWU) (2008)
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (NWU) (2010)
Certificate Course in Competition Law (UP) (2013)
Certificate Course in Advanced Company Law I & II (Wits) (2015)
Master of Laws in Corporate Law (LLM) (UP) (2017 – 2019)
Head: Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs
CFP® FPSA® MTP®
Ronald completed his BCom Law degree at the University of Stellenbosch and joined Sanlam Namibia as a financial advisor in 1993. After completing his LLB at UNISA, he was transferred to Sanlam Johannesburg as a legal advisor. In 2000, he co-founded Allegiance Consulting where he was Director: Tax until he joined PSG Konsult as Manager: Products and Training in late 2004. Ronald completed his LLM in 2005 and was awarded the prize for the top student in Principles of Investment Planning & Portfolio Management in 2006 as part of his Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Planning. In 2013 he completed his MPhil in Futures Studies. In 2018 Ronald was awarded the FPI Harry Brews Award for lifetime contributions to the financial services industry.
He is currently Head: Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs at PSG Konsult and serves on many industry bodies. Ronald is a prolific writer with a number of subject matter books as well as a bi-weekly column in a prominent magazine. Ronald is a Certified financial planner with the FPI, a registered Fiduciary Practitioner of SA with FISA and a Master Tax Practitioner with SAIT. Ronald is also an International Chess Arbiter.
Old Mutual Group’s Chief privacy officer
Annemi Slabbert is Old Mutual Group’s Chief privacy officer, responsible for overseeing privacy compliance for the Old Mutual Limited group – this includes the African operations.
She is also the privacy officer (data protection officer) for the main Old Mutual life insurance operating company. My career with Old Mutual started in 2007 when I joined the privacy programme. Since then been involved in the OM privacy gap analysis, designing of solutions, and remediation of gaps/implementation of solutions to ensure compliance. This involved, amongst other things development of training material, third party management, strategy around privacy notices and transparency, development of privacy data inventory, etc.
She also looks after all other regulatory changes that impact Old Mutual – that includes monitoring the environment, informing stakeholders of regulatory changes, oversee the commentary process, and overseeing implementation and compliance with new regulatory developments.