Financial services sector needs to change faster Sunday Times / Business Times 04 JUNE 2017 – 07:55 CHRIS BARRON Sibongiseni Mbatha, president of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals, says former Liberty CEO Thabo Dloti should have got more support. BEE in the Bonnet Lack of support, scanty succession plans are undoing transformation,…

Johannesburg – 19 May 2017: The Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (ABSIP) have noted with great concern the resignation of former Head of Client at ABSA’s Corporate and Investment Banking division, Mr Phakamani Hadebe. Following his resignation, ABSA announced changes in the leadership of the Corporate and Investment Banking division. The said changes…

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Message from the President Greetings Elias,  This month we pay tribute to the 5th President of ABSIP Mr. Sello Moloko. During his tenure Mr. Moloko launched the Western Cape ABSIP branch, then known as a chapter. Today we are continuing in his strides and are expanding ABSIP to other provinces of South Africa. The annual…

South Africa has a world-class financial sector that can be further enhanced to benefit a wide range of stakeholders in the economy. The sector has shown growth over the years, however this growth has not been shared equitably by all. It has also undergone difficulties from time to time, but has remained resilient and responsive…

ABSIP believes that the Financial Sector Regulation has an important role to play in moving South Africa rapidly to a normal and equal society. ABSIP supports the intent of Financial Sector Regulation Bill of a stable and more inclusive financial sector to support increased economic growth in South Africa. At a macroeconomic level, a stable…

THURSDAY 23 FEBRUARY 2017 Deputy Director General in the National Treasury; Leadership of Regiments, our trusted anchor sponsor; President of the Black Business Council, and leaders of all affiliates of the BBC; Past and current members of the National Executive Committee of ABSIP, and leaders of all student chapters present here; Leaders of Black business…

2 September 2016. Programme Director, Ms Masechaba Ndlovu ABSIP President, Ms Tryphosa Ramano Distinguished Guests Ladies and Gentlemen  Good Morning and thank you for inviting me to be part of such an auspicious event. The specific focus on women in Finance and Business is really important. Not because we are any better than men in…

Malungelo Zilimbola, the Founder and the Chief investment Officer of Mazi Capital was nominated to attend The BlackRock Educational Academy (BEA), upon winning the ABSIP Best Performing Black-owned Investment House award for 2015. The BEA programme was launched in 2013 as BlackRock’s knowledge transfer and training program for institutional investors. The annual program consists of…

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