If you are a CPD subscriber on one of the paid for SAAA CPD subscribtion packages then you qualify to attend the Practice Management (PM) webinar series for free.
The PM series of webinars is hosted once per month and covers a critical aspect of running and managing a firm. The series is sponsored by the Southern African Institute for Business Accountants (SAIBA).
The next topic in the PM series is: “Avoid POPI and Electronic Communication Penalties”
This module will inform you about the coming into effect of a law that is aimed to protect personal information from privacy and data breaches and what you need to know regarding keeping your clients' information.
After attending this webinar you should:
Get a good understanding of the Act and what the impact will be on your firm or practice;
Who the key role players are, affected by this law; and
What needs to be done in order to be compliant.
Overview of the law.
Managing personal information collected.
Responsibilities for data protection.
Identifying key areas of potential concern in your firm.
Repercussions for non-compliance.
Bennie Groenewald LLM Tax Law, B.Proc, HDip Tax, PED (IMD Switzerland)
After having qualified and practiced as a Commercial lawyer Bennie worked in the Banking and Financial services industry for 25 years across multiple market segments in South Africa, Sub- Saharan Africa and the UK, the last 14 years of which in senior and executive leadership positions. During this time, he dealt extensively with cross-border banking and finance including project finance, asset finance, debt capital markets and derivatives, including the legal aspects thereof. In recent years, Bennie has played an active leading role in investment, credit and risk management as well as sound corporate governance. Bennie joined the Tax Shop as an executive director early in 2017.
19 September 2019
Free for existing CPD subscribers. Included in your online profile 24/7.
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1 hour for structured CPD accepted by all relevant Professional Bodies including: SAICA, SAIPA, SAIBA, ACCA, CIMA etc.
Who should attend:
Owners of small and medium practices
Supervisory support staff
The following venues and dates are available for this event.