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Professional Bodies and Associations

Industry related Associations & Organisations

The association for tracing agents - AFTA

The purpose of this association is to share ideas, sources, Internet resources, keep up-to-date on legal aspects of locating missing persons, ask for assistance and act as a beneficial network. It's here to help you to develop skills to find missing persons faster!

The Association for tracing agents is a voluntary association, which promotes fair and equitable services.

As an organization, the assosiation for tracing agents subscribe to professionalism, integrity, high quality service, accountability and relationship building. 

This site was created as a way to bring everyone in the tracing industry together. Think of it as a bridge that connects one side to another...tracers, service providers, collection agencies, tracing agencies, data providers etc. Every member associated with afta will undergo a rigorous evaluation upon approval of membership. We only want legitimate members and companies serious about the tracing industry to be a part of afta.

Membership is free of charge, and with that, you can access the forums, attend live network chat events, blog on open discussion forums and other free groups.

The home and voice of the professional debt collection industry - ADRA

ADRA was established in 1988 and has grown to become the undoubted home and voice of the professional debt collection industry in South Africa.

As a non-profit company duly incorporated in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act, ADRA is the industry representative of the vast majority of the formal debt collection industry. ADRA represents the interest of entities practising debt collection. Its membership consists of in excess of 220 professional debt collection entities including entities registered in terms of the Debt Collectors Act, law firms registered in terms of the Attorneys Act specialising in debt collection and large credit providers with internal debt recovery divisions and/or a vested interest in the debt collection industry, including JSE listed entities.

The FSCA is the market conduct regulator of financial institutions, that provide financial products and financial services, financial institutions that are licensed in terms of a financial sector law, including banks, insurers, retirement funds and administrators, and market infrastructures.

The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is responsible for market conduct regulation and supervision. FSCA aims to enhance and support the efficiency and integrity of financial markets and to protect financial customers by promoting their fair treatment by financial institutions, as well as providing financial customers with financial education. The FSCA will further assist in maintaining financial stability.

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The Institute of Retirement Funds (IRF) is a non political body which represents and promotes the interests of the retirement industry in Southern Africa, to the ultimate benefit of the members of retirement funds. The most important function of the IRF is to represent the retirement industry in negotiations with government authorities and the Financial Services Board (FSB), which would include commenting on legislation and tax matters affecting retirement funds/pensioners etc. The IRF therefore depends on total support from all parties concerned with the retirement benefit provision industry. 

The Insurance Institute of South Africa is a professional membership institute for the South African insurance industry.
Our aim is to promote skills development and professional conduct among members engaged in the insurance industry. We maintain a central body of knowledge and develop and sustain relationships with local and international insurance institutes and industry bodies.
Our members include corporate subscribers and individual professional members. The IISA serves the insurance industry as a whole, with the strongest support originating from the short term market.

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THE COUNCIL FOR DEBT COLLECTORS

The Council has been established by the Debt Collectors Act 114 of 1998 to regulate the occupation of debt collector. The Act came into operation on 7 February 2003.

The Act provides for the exercise of control over the occupation of debt collectors and legalizes the recovery of fees or remuneration by registered debt collectors. The overall goal with the Act is to transform the debt collection system in South Africa by monitoring the conduct and professionalism of debt collectors and promoting a culture of good governance within the profession, thus contributing to protecting the public at large, as well as creditors. The Council for Debt Collectors will exercise control over the occupation of debt collectors.

The Law Society of the Northern Provinces, was established during 1892 and is the statutory body governing the attorneys profession in the four provinces constituting the former Transvaal province, i.e. the Gauteng, Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo Provinces.

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Attorneys in South Africa are registered with the four statutory provincial law societies in terms of the Attorneys Act, 1979. Since 1998 the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) has represented the attorneys’ profession by bringing together its six constituent members in a national, non-statutory body. The six constituent members of the LSSA are 

Black Lawyers Association (www.bla.org.za)

Cape Law Society (www.capelawsoc.law.za)

KwaZulu-Natal Law Society (www.lawsoc.co.za)

Law Society of the Free State (www.fs-law.co.za)

Law Society of the Northern Provinces (www.northernlaw.co.za)

National Association of Democratic Lawyers

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