Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Credit Amnesty-what this really means for consumers

The Community Engagement Project on the Responsible Use of Credit invites you to listen to a discussion on the 2014 Credit Amnesty Regulations to be hosted on Unisa Radio.

The panel invited to take part in the discussion include the following role players in the consumer credit industry:

Mr Lesiba Mashapa
He is the Company Secretary for the National Credit Regulator, responsible for the regulation of the consumer credit industry

Mr Nicky Lala-Mohan
He is the General Manager: Legislation and Regulatory Oversight & the Company Secretary for the Banking Association South Africa. He is the Chairman of the IBFed Consumer Affairs Work Group; the Company Secretary for SABRIC; a Board member of Ombudsman for Banking Services Board; and a Member of the Sectional Titles Regulation Board. Nicky is responsible for various portfolios within the Banking Industry, including the legal committee where he chairs the Committee responsible for all new legislative and regulatory interventions.

Prof Michelle Kelly-Louw.
She is a professor at Unisa. Michelle has published widely in the fields of insolvency, banking and consumer credit law and her research has been cited with approval by the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Appeal on various occasions. She has served on the panel of legal experts (legislative drafting) for the SA National Treasury for three years and also on the legal panel of the SA National Roads Agency. She is the vice-president of the International Association of Consumer Law and a member of various local and international law journals.  

Date: Monday 19 May 2014
Time: 11h00-12h00

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