|Company||FINANCIAL SECTOR CONDUCT AUTHORITY|
|Reference #||FSCA 221 & 934|
|Location||Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa|
To effectively regulate and supervise the Banks and Payment Providers, to protect the interest of consumers and to ensure a sound regulatory environment. The persons appointed in these positions will report to the Manager: Banks and Payment Providers
|Job Functions||Banking,Compliance & Regulatory Affairs|
Key Performance Areas:
•Monitor compliance with legislation to ensure sound and efficient Financial Services Providers and the protection of consumers;
•Analyse financial statements and compliance reports of Banks and Payment Providers;
•Identify and report trends in the financial services sector with possible impact on the FSCA’s regulatory objectives;
•Conduct on-site inspections in terms of the risk-based supervision approach and report on the outcomes of such visits;
•Liaise with the Banks and Payment Providers industry stakeholders; and
•Perform administrative or other activities relating to the supervision of the Banks and Payment Providers.
Other Key Competencies:
The candidate must demonstrate the following skills and attributes: Problem analysis and solving, judgement, oral and written communication, information gathering; good interpersonal skills; the ability to work in a team; and emotional intelligence. Knowledge of a workflow system will be a strong recommendation. Good computer skills.
FSCA is committed towards increasing the representation of marginalised groups in line with its Employment Equity Plan. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Please note that correspondence and communication will only be conducted with short listed candidates and that the FSCA reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.
Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Law or Banking, and another relevant discipline with at least 3-4 years working experience within the financial services industry. The candidate must have a good knowledge and exposure to the financial sector, a good understanding of the Banks Act of 1990 and the Financial Sector Regulation act.
|Job Closing Date||24/01/2022|