Archive Issues Of Laboratory

Edition 5, September 2007
It is well known that the South African Reserve Bank ("SARB") has not been favourably disposed toward preference share investment schemes. It has made it clear that such schemes could be formally investigated at any time and that those who operate them had best do so on the basis of sound legal advice. It is perhaps a good time to re-visit the legal and policy issues involved, especially given that with economic uncertainty comes the danger of a regulatory rush to protect the public and their savings.
In this issue :
  • Regulation: taking eyes off the ball
  • Once empowered always empowered? Yes. Maybe. It depends
  • Structuring for BEE: keeping it real
In Re:
  • Administrative action and economic loss

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