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Welcome Tax Proposals To The Debt Relief Rules
When debt is reduced or written off, certain adverse tax consequences may arise for the debtor.
South Africa
30 Oct 2018
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Proposed Amendments To The JSE Debt Listings Requirements
On 5 July 2016, the Registrar of Securities Services posted draft amendments to the JSE Debt Listings Requirements (the "DLRs") on the Financial Services Board's website.
South Africa
14 Jul 2016
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Amendments To The JSE Debt Listings Requirements
On 8 July 2015, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange published the latest amendments to the JSE Debt Listings Requirements.
South Africa
28 Jul 2015
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Securities Lending Collateral – A Light At The End Of The Tunnel
The securities lending industry is crucial for maintaining liquidity in South African financial markets.
South Africa
9 Mar 2015
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Tax Consequences Arising From The Writing Off Of Loans
We are often spoken of as an economy with high levels of debt. Even when interest rates are high, we have never been scared of gearing ourselves so that we can buy that expensive car or holiday house in Hermanus. Companies too often have high levels of debt
South Africa
4 Sep 2014
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Tighter Banking Regulation Benefits Alternative Sources Of Funding
With so much banking regulation coming down the pipeline, corporates are looking with greater interest at alternative sources of capital such as the bond market.
South Africa
28 Aug 2014
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Gateway To Africa
In the 2013 Budget Speech, the Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan announced that over the past five years, the South African Reserve Bank approved approximately 1,000 investments into 36 African countries.
South Africa
27 Mar 2013
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Developments In The Role And Regulation Of Credit Rating Agencies
The global financial crisis has brought about a shift in the regulation of credit rating agencies. In a step towards conforming with international efforts to regulate these bodies, South African legislators are seeking to introduce new law in the form of the current Credit Ratings Services Bill (published under Gazette No. 35022 of 7 February 2012) (the "Bill").
South Africa
29 Oct 2012
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SA Capital Markets A Great Investment Haven For Offshore Investors
As the South African capital market remains relatively insulated from the financial woes of the developed nations, it is likely that there will be a significant uptick in foreign investment as investors seek out real returns.
South Africa
20 Aug 2012
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Is a Living Annuity an Annuity?
A far-reaching judgment was recently given by the Cape Tax Court dealing with the fiscal consequences of a taxpayer acquiring a so-called living annuity. In particular, the taxpayer invested an amount of approximately R6million into a life annuity which gave him an initial guaranteed income of approximately R42 000 per month. These amounts could be revised annually at the insistence of the taxpayer, subject to the taxpayer being limited to directing the insurer to pay amounts equal to not less
South Africa
1 Nov 2005
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